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ISO Chamaedorea microspadix


JMBreland

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I'm a horticulturist at Audubon Aquarium and I'm looking for some decent-sized Chamaedorea microspadix as well as C. radicalis in the New Orleans area for a planting project at the aquarium. I'm fine with driving out of the area to nearby locations such as Lafayette, Baton Rouge, Mobile, even Pensacola. Thanks!

Jeremy Breland
itinerant public garden horticulturist
A native of the US Gulf Coast: USDA hardiness zone 8b-9b; AHS heat zone 8-9, Sunset climate zone 28; Trewartha climate classification: Cf-humid subtropical; Hot and humid summers with occasional droughts, warm and wet winters punctuated by cold snaps.

Currently in New Orleans, LA, zone 9b, heat zone 8

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Ive got a 25gal clump of C. microspadix down here in Tampa but thats a heck ride for ya

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25 gallon! Dang, if only you were closer!

Jeremy Breland
itinerant public garden horticulturist
A native of the US Gulf Coast: USDA hardiness zone 8b-9b; AHS heat zone 8-9, Sunset climate zone 28; Trewartha climate classification: Cf-humid subtropical; Hot and humid summers with occasional droughts, warm and wet winters punctuated by cold snaps.

Currently in New Orleans, LA, zone 9b, heat zone 8

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