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Trachycarpus seeds (anything but fortunei)


BeyondTheGarden

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I know it's a couple months early, but I'm trying to get the word out prior to seed harvest time.  I've got access to more fortunei seeds than I know what to do with, but that's it.  I'm trying to get seeds from literally any other species or variety of Trachycarpus.  I'll send you money for seeds and shipping/handling.  Will be looking for FRESH seeds for those of you who harvest them this coming winter.  I've tried ordering other Trachy seeds on ebay or etsy but they NEVER germinate, I assume because they're not FRESH.  So far the only Trachy seeds that have germinated for me are locally harvested, or from Garry Tsen at Coldplant.  

Thank you!

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I'll have some fresh seeds of wagnerianus, princeps, nanus (very limited), fortunei var.nanital and a couple of princeps hybrids. I'll leave them on the tree as long as possible to ripen so they won't be ready until late february. 

 

Feel free to message me if interested. 

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I just started germinating those couple hundred nanus hybrid seeds from Patrick. Once those pop id be happy to share a few. They’re 3Bs open pollinated (butterflies, birds, bees) so mixbag of hybrids of Patricks place that include, princeps, wag, nova, I believe also ukhrulensis, latisectus, takil.  But you’d have to grow them out to identify. I’ll have those potted up in liners probably early spring time, stay tuned! 

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On 11/3/2022 at 6:21 PM, NWpalms@206 said:

I just started germinating those couple hundred nanus hybrid seeds from Patrick. Once those pop id be happy to share a few. They’re 3Bs open pollinated (butterflies, birds, bees) so mixbag of hybrids of Patricks place that include, princeps, wag, nova, I believe also ukhrulensis, latisectus, takil.  But you’d have to grow them out to identify. I’ll have those potted up in liners probably early spring time, stay tuned! 

I love trachycarpus hybrids please keep me on mind. But happy to buy a few seeds if you have them. I'm in TN. 

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14 hours ago, steve617 said:

I love trachycarpus hybrids please keep me on mind. But happy to buy a few seeds if you have them. I'm in TN. 

i dont have any seeds left but by summer ill know what kind of numbers are sprouting, ill check back

when i do!

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