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Topic Title: PALMS for SALE
Topic Summary: In Satellite Beach
Created On: 03/17/2017 06:57 AM
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 03/17/2017 06:57 AM
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We are getting a new fence on the East side of our property and I have to (Sigh ) move everything over there within the next 2 weeks. (Which is most of my palms!) So- I figured, now is a good time to offer some for sale.
Palms For Sale
Checkout http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/Category src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-tongue.gif" border="0">ALM_GENERA for better descriptions of listed palms.

Ravenea glauca - R. glauca isn't the water hog like the the common 'majesty palm' R. rivularus. 3 gal. size $15 (one left)

Dypsis sp. Ambanja - Dark green shiny leaves make this one really stand out, slim trunked Dypsis. 3 gallon size $20 (2 available)

Dypsis pusilla- A smaller growing understory palm w/ red emergent new leaves 3 gal size $20 (2 available)
Dypsis psammophila - (White Sand Palm), tall thin stems, great for small spot 3 gal size $15

Dypsis albofarinosa - used to be called 'white petiole' beautiful white powder on trunks and petioles 3 gal size $15,1-left

Chambeyronia macrocarpa- Red Feather Palm or Flame thrower 3gal $15

Cryosophila stauracantha- Root Spine Palm- a little tattered from the wind 7 gallon size. $15(2 available)
Gaussia attenuata - Llume Palm - highly endangered in their native PR. Clearance priced at $10 (1 left)
Pseudophoenix sargentii - Buccaneer Palm- 3 gal size $20(1 left) - 7 gal size $35
Gastrococcus crispa (Acrocomia crispa)- Cuban Belly Palm - in deep pots $15 (2 left)
Archontophoenix purpurea - Purple King - needs shade- 3gal size- $15 (2 left)
Pinanga adangensis - needs shade, good potted plant for patio- 1 gal size (huge) need potting up $10
Pinanga caesia - beautiful mottled leaves, nice potted patio plant, shade -1 gal size $7 need potting up
Ptychosperma cuneatum- a smaller growing clustering palm w/reddish bronze emergent leaves.One of my favorites. Great for small spaces 3 gal $15 1left

Sabal mauritiiformis - most beautiful of all the Sabals - 1 gal size $5

Bromeliads For Sale
Aechmea mulfordii 'malva' - nice purple(eggplant colored) leaves, partial shade $5
Aechmea pectinata - can take full sun - $7

Beachpalms@cfl.rr.com Pick up In Satellite Beach- NO SHIPPING
321-265-1494 if you want to text me

Edited: 05/20/2017 at 06:04 AM by Coconuts
 03/17/2017 08:04 AM
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I'll take the areca catechu and some others. I'll swing by this weekend. Good luck with your fence project.
 03/17/2017 01:48 PM
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I will take the purple king palm...maybe two. Blonde flame thrower too....maybe a few others. Where are you located? I live here in Satellite and can stop by Saturday afternoon
 03/17/2017 02:53 PM
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I'm on Ocean Spray Ave in Satellite, down the street from ABC Liquor. Text me before coming and I'll give you my address. Thx 321-265-1494
 03/17/2017 09:29 PM
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The orange Aechmea blanchetiana bromeliads are somewhat cold sensitive (this year's surprise 33º caused leaf damage) but they grow well in full sun and tolerate salt spray.  Apart from cold, they are exceedingly tough.  

Neoregelia 'Hannibal Lecter' is fun.  The rest of those varieties should be excellent yard plants.  

My Crysophila stauracantha palm also has broken/tattered leaves from Matthew.  Otherwise cold hardy, really nice.

Allagoptera is a good beach/sun palm.  

My Dypsis carlsmithii died over the past month due to a bud infection.  I think it may have been in too much shade.  It did well in cold weather and, though it never gained a trunk, its upright leaves were really beautiful.  I'd put a bet on it.  Might like to plant another, but the yard is getting kind of crowded.  

Lots of other neat ones on the list.

 03/18/2017 06:17 AM
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ok great...i will text you this afternoon Eric
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