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have: two big palms - 6 feet tall in pot.

Posted by santoury MA (santoury@aol.com) on
Sun, Dec 9, 07 at 22:38

First up: Bottle Palm - Gorgeous orange stems, approx 9 inch wide base. 6'

Second up: Christmas Palm - 3 trunks (3 separate trees) in a pot - also 6' Gorgeous striped trunks.

Gorgeous plants - Just putting them out there to see if there's any interest in them. There will be no shipping on these.

I also have Cat Palms, Bamboo Palms, a Rhapis excelsa palm, and seedlings of Areca Palms - bright gold yellow stems.

The two big ones can't be shipped, but the others can.

Tropical plants only, no dormant bulbs, no Home Depot stuff. No vegetable seeds, etc... Thanks!

Beachplant - if you read this, email me please. Mine bounce back.


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RE: have: two big palms - 6 feet tall in pot.

I would be very very interested in the Rhapis excelsa. The only thing I have to trade is horsetail, but it is
in great shape and I can send a large clump. As for the
rhapis, a root clump would be wonderful. Lynda
housemousetwo@bellsouth.net


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RE: have: two big palms - 6 feet tall in pot.

Well I would love the seedlings of the Areca Palm. I have phoenix canariensis seedlings and seeds. Also I have some true date seeds and seedlings and sabal palmettos. Where do you live? and I wouldn't mind the bottle palm just depends where you live.


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