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Good source of Jubaea in northern California

Posted by ericthehurdler NOR CAL 9a (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 31, 13 at 15:48

I recently purchased 2 good sized 4-5 year old Jubaeas from a women who lives in Santa Rosa California. The price was about 20-40 bucks depending on the size/age. This is a very good deal! She has about 100 or so potted Jubaeas all in different stages of growth from 0-5 years of age.

I just wanted to share for those of you in the area of northern california or elsewhere that might be looking for some nice Jubaeas. unfortunately i dont know if she can ship the plants so you must pick up.

The sellers name is Selena and she can be reached at 707-571-8535
and her house is located in Fulton, Santa Rosa

My 2 Jubaeas for 50 bucks :)
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about 5-6 inch base
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Lots to choose from
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Big mother plant
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RE: Good source of Jubaea in northern California

Wow you aren't kidding about big momma! Any idea how old she is? Bummer she can't ship to east coast. I'd like to try one.


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RE: Good source of Jubaea in northern California

The palm is around 100 years old
And I don't think it will live much longer it seems to have some kinda disease effecting the crown


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RE: Good source of Jubaea in northern California

It might have..but some Wine palms do have that "twist" to the fronds. There is a technical name that I cant recall for that.


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