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HAVE: Many Palm Seedlings

Posted by arecales 7 a/b (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 24, 06 at 14:57

I have many palm seedlings of various types available for trades for other tropicalesque plants--most are six months to one year old and have two-to-five strap leaves (some have their first true leaves). Here's a partial list:

Washingtonia filifera
Trachycarpus fortunei (regular, British Columbia, Greensboro, etc.)
Sabal minor
Sabal palmetto

Please see my exchange list for additional details. If you are interested in trading seeds (not necessarily of palms) for plants, or if you have something else to trade that isn't listed, please let me know. Thanks!

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RE: HAVE: Many Palm Seedlings

I am interested in getting some cold hardy palms(I'm in 8a)Please let me know if anything I have to offer interests you. Thanks in advance.

Bamboos:Ph.nigra,Ph.n.henon,Ph.aureosulcata,Ph.aurea,Sasa palmata,Sasa veitchii,Green onion,Ph.viridis

Water plants:white lily,yellow iris,dwarf horsetail, white pickerel rush

Also:ginger lily, dwarf red canna(varied yellow markings),lavendar trailing lantana

You can email me directly if interested

RE: HAVE: Many Palm Seedlings

Please check your e-mail--thanks!

RE: HAVE: Many Palm Seedlings

have rootings for papyrus plant very hardy and also red cannas,but not dwarf. do you need banana's, or agave's the papyrus and cannas will live in boggy areas or drought.
thanks,i want palms,only one i have is sega palm.

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