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Pseudophoenix sargentii


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That’s a beauty and a bumper crop.   Definitely a faster growing subtype. 

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I didn't hafta crack em last time I germinated em but it may help eh

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I have fresh seeds of this species but was impatient, knowing how slow this palm can be, so I went ahead and got a small Pseudophoenix sargentii online.
Delivered yesterday, I am pleased with what came: the palm was potted in a 6-in container. Never an inexpensive palm but price incl. free shipping. I think I'll keep it potted and overwinter it indoors for a few years.


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