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HAVE: Free Giant Bag of Sabal Minor Palm Seeds

Posted by dallasgarden z8 Dallas (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 7, 08 at 10:44

I've got a huge zip lock bag of about 500 seeds from my Sabal Minor Palm free to anyone that wants to swing by and pick it up. I live near White Rock Dallas in Dallas. These sow easily. Great for someone that has a large area of land and wants to naturalize under a canopy of trees. It may take some years but they will grow. These are from a sabal minor that is cold hardy from Oklahoma...Just send me an email and I'll give you the address.

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RE: HAVE: Free Giant Bag of Sabal Minor Palm Seeds

Do you still have some seeds?

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