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Botttles palms

Posted by garyfla 10 Florida (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 1, 12 at 8:20

HI
Need a good home!! located in palm beach florida will need a pickup to haul . gary


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I want it!!!! Can we wrap it up and stick it on UPS? Some good plastic and tape would work.


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how i knew you was going to jump on that orchiddude. lol


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You know it.....I love these palm trees!!!!!


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Hi
have 5, that were grown from seed two have MUCH more developed "bottles " and would make wonderful pot plants
They are around 8 feet in 25 inch pots and weigh over a hundred ponds so no shipping lol
4 are located on my neighbors yard and they are moving,fear the new owners might not be as understanding.
I got an offer from a local nursery but would much rather see them go to hobbyists. It took 25 years to get them to this point!! gary


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I understand. I wish I could bring the trailer down and pick them up or knew someone coming this way. It would be an early Christmas present. Find good homes for them...


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Wish i could take it, i put my two bottles out for what could be the last day til spring. we've been droping into the low mid 40s quiate a bit but they are calling for 78 today. Low 50s on the weekend though, a 1 day warm front


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Hi
They are rated a zone 10 /11 but they have endured 28 for several hours with a couple of daytime highs of 40/45.
I suspect they would be bigger and more developed had that not happened.
They were grown from seed from the mid eighties and have always been maintained in pots. Not difficult but takes LOTS of time lol gary


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