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In search of Laccospadix australasica


Rivera

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Yah, What Rivera said. 

I could always use another one.  This clone is a strong grower, and has several suckers.  I much prefer this form to the single trunk form that is commonly available.  

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San Francisco, California

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23 minutes ago, PlantMorePalms said:

There are 4" plants on the newly updated Floribunda list!

Thanks!

Chris

San Francisco, CA 

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Second vote for Floribunda.

Meg

Palms of Victory I shall wear

Cape Coral (It's Just Paradise)
Florida
Zone 10A on the Isabelle Canal
Elevation: 15 feet

I'd like to be under the sea in an octopus' garden in the shade.

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Did you ever find one? I have one.

I didn’t look where you live before making the comment, but I am in socal. I think you are in NorCal? 

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13 minutes ago, rizla023 said:

Did you ever find one? I have one.

I got seeds of the suckering variety. Do you know which variety you have?

Chris

San Francisco, CA 

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Just now, Rivera said:

I got seeds of the suckering variety. Do you know which variety you have?

It is from floribunda, not sure on the variety but it has very red emerging fronds. 

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1 hour ago, rizla023 said:

It is from floribunda, not sure on the variety but it has very red emerging fronds. 

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Nice.

Yeah, I'd still be interested in a plant as my seeds will take a long time and are not a sure thing. 

Chris

San Francisco, CA 

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37 minutes ago, Rivera said:

Nice.

Yeah, I'd still be interested in a plant as my seeds will take a long time and are not a sure thing. 

Lmk if you are interested. You can text me 360-609-0298

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If any needs Laccospadix australasica seedlings, I have hundreds of seedlings in larger 9" bands. Just text me if interested 805-813-3999, thank you.

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