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Hi everyone! I’m looking for these palms:

1. Sabal yapa

2. Coccothrinax macroglossa azul

3. Coccothrinax moaensis (if even possible)

4. Coccothrinax miraguama var. roseocarpa

(havanensis also works)

5. Copernicia fallaensis, baileyana, or macroglossa or other Cuban Copernicias. 

6. Hemithrinax ekmaniana

7. Coccothrinax barbadensis

These would have to be shipped so any seedling or smaller sized palms. Thanks! 

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10 hours ago, Justin31703 said:

Hi everyone! I’m looking for these palms:

1. Sabal yapa

2. Coccothrinax macroglossa azul

3. Coccothrinax moaensis (if even possible)

4. Coccothrinax miraguama var. roseocarpa

(havanensis also works)

5. Copernicia fallaensis, baileyana, or macroglossa or other Cuban Copernicias. 

6. Hemithrinax ekmaniana

7. Coccothrinax barbadensis

These would have to be shipped so any seedling or smaller sized palms. Thanks! 

@DoomsDave has Coccothrinax barbadensis (Coccothrinax dussiana is a synonym) for free in the Freebies forum.

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13 minutes ago, kinzyjr said:

@DoomsDave has Coccothrinax barbadensis (Coccothrinax dussiana is a synonym) for free in the Freebies forum.

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On 8/28/2021 at 11:41 PM, Justin31703 said:

Hi everyone! I’m looking for these palms:

1. Sabal yapa

2. Coccothrinax macroglossa azul

3. Coccothrinax moaensis (if even possible)

4. Coccothrinax miraguama var. roseocarpa

(havanensis also works)

5. Copernicia fallaensis, baileyana, or macroglossa or other Cuban Copernicias. 

6. Hemithrinax ekmaniana

7. Coccothrinax barbadensis

These would have to be shipped so any seedling or smaller sized palms. Thanks! 

 These are not zone 6 palms

Palms not just a tree also a state of mind

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4 hours ago, Steve the palmreader said:

 These are not zone 6 palms

They definitely are not. No palm will be extremely reliable living outside in zone 6. But they definitely can be grown in containers. 

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I got some great palms from @JubaeaMan138 he sent me a Copernicia baileyana, macroglossa, yarey, hospita, and some Coccothrinax azul. Palms look great and I highly recommend if your looking for some Cuban Palm seedlings. I’ll post pics soon. Thanks Chris. 
 

-Justin 

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I have all of thes

On 8/28/2021 at 11:41 PM, Justin31703 said:

Hi everyone! I’m looking for these palms:

1. Sabal yapa

2. Coccothrinax macroglossa azul

3. Coccothrinax moaensis (if even possible)

4. Coccothrinax miraguama var. roseocarpa

(havanensis also works)

5. Copernicia fallaensis, baileyana, or macroglossa or other Cuban Copernicias. 

6. Hemithrinax ekmaniana

7. Coccothrinax barbadensis

These would have to be shipped so any seedling or smaller sized palms. Thanks! 

Hi Justin, 

 I have everything on your list in shippable sizes 1-7g size except for the C. Moaensis. My cell is (239) 318-0460. We are certified to ship everywhere in the US. Let me know if interested I can get you pricing and some pictures. 
thanks,

shelby 

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On 9/9/2021 at 12:00 PM, PalmMom007 said:

I have all of thes

Hi Justin, 

 I have everything on your list in shippable sizes 1-7g size except for the C. Moaensis. My cell is (239) 318-0460. We are certified to ship everywhere in the US. Let me know if interested I can get you pricing and some pictures. 
thanks,

shelby 

Hi. Do you have mottled palms or anything with distinct/colorful trunk in smaller sizes by chance?

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Hey, as to @aztropic‘s request I’m doing an update on the seedlings I got from @JubaeaMan138. The Copernicia baileyana, macroglossa, and yarey have been growing slow but steady and have overwintered relatively well under a grow light inside. C. Hospita did not make it - does not like being bare root and the Coccothrinax ended up rotting over the winter. 331E6E29-1A74-49B6-A89C-23140A304406.thumb.jpeg.f0030363865947d11b2c618be2d73291.jpeg

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One more thing, they did get some dead tips and spider mites over winter. But they have been growing well outside and the roots are starting to fill out a bit in the pots. Yarey (on right) is yellowing a bit - deficiency? 

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8 hours ago, Justin31703 said:

One more thing, they did get some dead tips and spider mites over winter. But they have been growing well outside and the roots are starting to fill out a bit in the pots. Yarey (on right) is yellowing a bit - deficiency? 

Might be time to move them up to 2 gallon size pots... Copernicia species have extremely aggressive root systems,and really don't like being grown in restrictive pots. Also,a LIGHT dose of fertilizer while still actively growing will help to green them up. (I use a time release fertilizer like osmocote)  Lack of heat (may) be a contributing factor to their yellowish appearance. 

As a grower in AZ,we have plenty of heat. Copernicia species grown here do yellow up a bit over our winters,but actually green back up once the heat arrives. Here's a few examples I'm growing to illustrate the normal dark green color a healthy Cope should display. Hope this helps.:greenthumb:

(fallaensis,gigas,macroglossa hybrid)

 

aztropic

Mesa,Arizona

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Mesa, Arizona

 

Temps between 29F and 115F each year

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11 hours ago, Justin31703 said:

One more thing, they did get some dead tips and spider mites over winter. But they have been growing well outside and the roots are starting to fill out a bit in the pots. Yarey (on right) is yellowing a bit - deficiency? 

What are your high temps? These were pretty much full inland sun all day long here in so cal from seed to leaf  . They yellow a little during winter but usually green back up no problem during spring summer. Glad to see they are doing good . They surpassed my expectations for your climate . 

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3 hours ago, aztropic said:

 

Might be time to move them up to 2 gallon size pots... Copernicia species have extremely aggressive root systems,and really don't like being grown in restrictive pots. Also,a LIGHT dose of fertilizer while still actively growing will help to green them up. (I use a time release fertilizer like osmocote)  Lack of heat (may) be a contributing factor to their yellowish appearance. 

As a grower in AZ,we have plenty of heat. Copernicia species grown here do yellow up a bit over our winters,but actually green back up once the heat arrives. Here's a few examples I'm growing to illustrate the normal dark green color a healthy Cope should display. Hope this helps.:greenthumb:

(fallaensis,gigas,macroglossa hybrid)

 

aztropic

Mesa,Arizona

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Fallaense is looking good! 

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10 minutes ago, JubaeaMan138 said:

Fallaense is looking good! 

Gonna be a monster! Gave it plenty of room to expand and be the showcase palm it has the potential to be. 15 gallon size now, and growing like a weed with the absolutely perfect monsoon season we received this year!

 

aztropic

Mesa, Arizona 

Mesa, Arizona

 

Temps between 29F and 115F each year

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1 hour ago, aztropic said:

Gonna be a monster! Gave it plenty of room to expand and be the showcase palm it has the potential to be. 15 gallon size now, and growing like a weed with the absolutely perfect monsoon season we received this year!

 

aztropic

Mesa, Arizona 

Agree monsoons even reached out to riverside this season lots of hot rain this summer stuff is loving it 

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