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HAVE: B.nobilis 'Silver', B.edulis, D.edule, J.chilensis

Posted by tropicallvr north coast Cal (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 21, 06 at 19:39

I'm looking for cold hardy palm seeds, that will work in zone 9 and colder.
I have Attalea cohune, Bismarkia nobilis 'Silver', Brahea edulis, 'Silver Queen palm'(maybe S.litoralis?), Dioon edule, Jubaea chilensis, Corypha umbraculifera(6 seeds for SASE).
I would trade for any Butia(besides capitata), any Brahea besides armata, edulis, Arenga engleri, Caryota 'Himalayana', C.microspadix, C.humilis(any interesting form), Ceroxylon, C.alba, Chuniophoenix, high elevation Geonoma, Guihaia, N.ritchiana, Parajubaea, Rhapis, R.sapida, Sabal minor 'Tamalpias', T.martianus, T.latisectus, T. wagnerianus, Trithrinax. I realize that some of these are expensive seeds, but I would trade larger amounts of some of mine to make it even.
Thanks,
Kyle


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RE: HAVE: B.nobilis 'Silver', B.edulis, D.edule, J.chilensis

This is a list of what I currently have if you are interested in any of them.

Arenga engleri - Dwarf Sugar Palm
Brahea arnata - Blue Fan Palm
Butia capitata - Pindo Palm
Chamaerops humilis - Mediterranean Fan palm
Dypsis lutescens
Hyphaene coriacea - Gingerbread Palm
Livistona saribus - Taraw Palm
Phoenix reclinata
Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm
Ptychosperma lineare - Lineare Palm
Sabal causarium - Puerto Rican Hat Palm
Sabal domingensis - Palma cana
Sabal maritima - Bull Thatch Palm
Sabal mauritiiformis - Bay Palmetto
Sabal mexicana cv. Riverside - Riverside Palm
Sabal minor - Dwarf Palmetto
Sabal Palmetto - Cabbage Palm
Trithrinax campestris - Blue Needle Palm
Trachycarpus fortunei - Chusan palm
Wodyetia bifurcata - Foxtail Palm

Also available in 2 weeks, I'm waiting on customs inspection

Butia capitata var. odorata
Butia paraguayensis
Butia purpurascens
Butia yatay
Caryota maxima Himalaya
Phoenix loureiroi var. humilis
Rhapis excelsa
Trithrinax brasiliensis


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RE: HAVE: B.nobilis 'Silver', B.edulis, D.edule, J.chilensis

Update- No Attalea cohune or Corypha umbraculifera left.
Thanks,


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RE: HAVE: B.nobilis 'Silver', B.edulis, D.edule, J.chilensis

Sorry to say that I never received any seeds from gcolbert, but talked to another person from California that did, but it was a hassel, since the seeds get red flagged and sent back. I suppose the second time he tried to send the seeds to me they were just confiscated. I emailed him and since and he never emailed me back.
At any rate if you live in CA don't trade with him, or get a Phyoto certificate.
I have no more seeds to trade right now.


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