Fresh Sabal Tamaulipas Seeds

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pier_man0909
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Fresh Sabal Tamaulipas Seeds

Post by pier_man0909 » Mon Dec 30, 2013 6:37 pm

Hello Everyone. I have some fresh Sabal Tamaulipas Seeds for sale. The Sabal Tamaulipas is a rare Sabal palm from northeastern mexico only discovered in 1988. it is very similar to the sabal minor except that it grows much larger and faster and has a glaucous blue color. There are specimens over 10 feet tall. It is hardy to about 5 degrees without protection. It is highly tolerant of a variety of conditions. Many people have sought this out for some time before finding it, myself included.

Prices include shipping and tracking within the US.

If anyone has any questions or would like to purchase any I accept paypal and you can contact me by PM or email me at pier_man0909@yahoo.com

10 seeds = $6.99
20 seeds = $12.99
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Post by TerdalFarm » Mon Dec 30, 2013 8:50 pm

:lol: I'm in Tamaulipas now but can't collect palm seeds, alas.

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Post by Stevea07 » Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:54 pm

TerdalFarm wrote::lol: I'm in Tamaulipas now but can't collect palm seeds, alas.
Seems like a long trip to get some Cervezas. lol

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Post by 905palms » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:03 am

Hi Pier_man, I would like to try 20 or so of those for sure, but I guess shipping to Canada is out of the question eh?
Have you had success germinating them in the past?
PS. Nowhere is too far for a Cervezas....

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Post by pier_man0909 » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:55 am

Hello I can ship to canada. I have shipped a few times to canada and it costs an extra $2. I have never had an issue and so far everyone has received their package but the lady at the post office tells me every time that it may get rejected at the sort facility but that it is often overlooked because the envelope is still in the "letter" size. So far I havent had one rejected but I have to say that once I ship them out I cant be responsible for them. Having said that, I have germinated them a couple times and had pretty good success with them. Last year I wound up losing most of them because of birds and squirrels and didnt realize it in time to stop it.

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Post by 905palms » Mon Jan 06, 2014 10:24 am

Awesome thanks, just emailed you. cheers, Dan

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Post by teebee » Mon Jan 06, 2014 10:46 am

905: How about we get 50 and split the cost and shipping? I'm down in your neighbourhood quite often.

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Post by 905palms » Mon Jan 06, 2014 10:57 am

True, your brother is around the corner. Sounds good.
Cheers,
Dan

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