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Anyone with spare Brahea ‘Frankenbrahea’ seeds, seedlings, or small palms for sale?


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As the title states, Anyone with spare Brahea ‘Frankenbrahea’ seeds, seedlings, or small palms for sale? Thanks

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6 hours ago, amh said:

I should have some seedlings available towards the end of the month.

Thanks.

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6 hours ago, 5am said:

What is the difference between clara and this Frankenbrahea? Both are names for armata x brandegeei ? 

Is Brahea clara a hybrid? Naturally occurring?

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Too bad that you live in different country. I still keep one in pot, I want to get rid of...

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2 hours ago, Phoenikakias said:

Too bad that you live in different country. I still keep one in pot, I want to get rid of...

How old is that one?

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Here is a shot before I put everything in the greenhouse for the next week. They should all be 3 to 4 leaves each right now, but will start growing once the weather warms.

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2 hours ago, amh said:

Here is a shot before I put everything in the greenhouse for the next week. They should all be 3 to 4 leaves each right now, but will start growing once the weather warms.

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BTW, I use the pint or 20oz cups because a 1 gallon nursery pot is the perfect next size up.

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Mine grows in an ordinary white pot but it pushes its roots through drainage in to the soil of the big clay pot, on which former white pot rests lol.

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12 hours ago, amh said:

How old is that one?

When had Mr Bleistein offered seeds from his Brahea in PalmTalk for the first time? Add one more year needed for germination and there you have roughly its age!

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4 hours ago, fr8train said:

I'd be interested in this too, if there are any available. 

I have a few more popping up right now, so it will be about a month before they are ready to separated.

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2 hours ago, amh said:

I have a few more popping up right now, so it will be about a month before they are ready to separated.

Nice!

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On 5/11/2023 at 3:06 PM, amh said:

Here is a shot before I put everything in the greenhouse for the next week. They should all be 3 to 4 leaves each right now, but will start growing once the weather warms.

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Where did you get the seeds from?

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