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Who sells rare S. Minor DWARFS: Blountstown, Wakulla or Chipola?


Dwarf Fan

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I have found sources for several of the more obscure S. Minor Spp. (Louisiana & Etonia) but I haven’t had much luck finding any of the RARE “Ultra Mini Dwarfs”, does anyone have any leads on the really teeny tiny dwarfs? 

Also, I heard of a find of some 20+ naturally occurring S. Minor super Dwarfs found in habitat in Liberty County, TX that appear even smaller than the variants out of Florida, has anyone heard any updates about that potentially new Sp. of S. Minor Dwarf?

https://www.palmtalk.org/forum/topic/65465-dwarf-sabal-minors-in-texas/

If it is against forum rules to name specific vendors or offer plants for sale in this thread PMs are also appreciated.

Thanks,

-Dwarf Fan

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I have 2 of those but they haven't seeded yet.  They grow slow.

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5 minutes ago, Allen said:

I have 2 of those but they haven't seeded yet.  They grow slow.

That is awesome can I ask where you got them from?

If this thread doesn’t turn up anything please put me on your waiting list to buy seeds when they become available.

Thank you Sir.

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I have Blountstown Dwarf and Chipola Dwarf with unripe seeds - the Chipola seeding for the first time. I’ll have to check my Wakulla Dwarf for seeds. Seeds should ripen sometime this fall of winter. When/if I have them available depends on my husband’s CAR T treatment at Moffitt Cancer Center in coming months.

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40 minutes ago, PalmatierMeg said:

I have Blountstown Dwarf and Chipola Dwarf with unripe seeds - the Chipola seeding for the first time. I’ll have to check my Wakulla Dwarf for seeds. Seeds should ripen sometime this fall of winter. When/if I have them available depends on my husband’s CAR T treatment at Moffitt Cancer Center in coming months.

Prayers sent for a full and swift recovery for your husband. Please put me on your waiting list in case you happen to have any extra seeds available that need a good home. 🙂

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On 7/23/2023 at 10:41 AM, PalmatierMeg said:

I have Blountstown Dwarf and Chipola Dwarf with unripe seeds - the Chipola seeding for the first time. I’ll have to check my Wakulla Dwarf for seeds. Seeds should ripen sometime this fall of winter. When/if I have them available depends on my husband’s CAR T treatment at Moffitt Cancer Center in coming months.

Side note, palms aside, our prayers are with you and your family. 

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