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Roystonea regia Florida Royal Palm 10 seeds


Seeds from Roystonea regia The Florida Royal palm is arguably the most beautiful palm in the world. With a size of 85 feet tall. It is fast growing palm that can survive in subtropical areas. Displaying bright green crown shaft and a crown of large feathery leaves. Inflorescence occurs beneath the crown shaft, emerging from a narrow, bract. The flowers on the panicles are white, uni sexual and contain both sexes. This palm has a massive light grey, smooth ringed symmetrical trunk and is a little swollen at the base and the mid section. Zones 9 to 11.
Roystonea regia Florida Royal Palm 10 seeds

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Seeds from Roystonea regia The Florida Royal palm is arguably the most beautiful palm in the world. With a size of 85 feet tall. It is fast growing palm that can survive in subtropical areas. Displaying bright green crown shaft and a crown of large feathery leaves. Inflorescence occurs beneath the crown shaft, emerging from a narrow, bract. The flowers on the panicles are white, uni sexual and contain both sexes. This palm has a massive light grey, smooth ringed symmetrical trunk and is a little swollen at the base and the mid section. Zones 9 to 11.
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Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm 10 seeds


Seeds from Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm. From the rainforests of Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Ptychosperma elegans is a solitary palm, usually to about 20 feet tall, although taller is not uncommon. The slender trunk is grey, prominently ringed and has a relatively short, green crown shaft. Leaves are pinnate, about 6 inches in length and dark green with the usual Ptychosperma jagged ended leaflets. They like a moist, well draining soil and, although fairly tropical in their requirements, adapt well to pot culture and low light making them increasingly popular as an indoor palm. Ptychosperma elegans has been known to survive mild frosts and will survive in some warm temperate areas, particularly with the protection of some overhead canopy. Given sufficient heat, water and fertilizer, they are a fast growing palm and their slender trunks and relatively compact crown make them ideal for smaller areas and group plantings. They will tolerate full sun. Zones 9 to 11.
Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm 10 seeds

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Seeds from Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm. From the rainforests of Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Ptychosperma elegans is a solitary palm, usually to about 20 feet tall, although taller is not uncommon. The slender trunk is grey, prominently ringed and has a relatively short, green crown shaft. Leaves are pinnate, about 6 inches in length and dark green with the usual Ptychosperma jagged ended leaflets. They like a moist, well draining soil and, although fairly tropical in their requirements, adapt well to pot culture and low light making them increasingly popular as an indoor palm. Ptychosperma elegans has been known to survive mild frosts and will survive in some warm temperate areas, particularly with the protection of some overhead canopy. Given sufficient heat, water and fertilizer, they are a fast growing palm and their slender trunks and relatively compact crown make them ideal for smaller areas and group plantings. They will tolerate full sun. Zones 9 to 11.
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Hyophorbe verschaffeltii Spindle Palm 10 seeds


Seeds from Hyophorbe verschaffeltii. Spindle shaped trunk thin at top and bottom with a prominent bulge in the middle. Unique crown shaft that bulges at its base. Pinnate leaves that somewhat arch and also twist on their axis a bit. The latter fact can be used to tell them from the Bottle Palm. Also, the petiole leafstalk is yellow, whereas the Bottle palm petiole will have shades of red. It can reach 14-16 feet. A unique, different and popular palm that should be part of any palm collection, providing you don't get cold. Its fusiform trunk, silver unique crown shaft, and somewhat short leaves make it a very nice landscape palm. More cold hardy than the Bottle Palm. Zones 9b-11. Picture Courtesy of Randy Ableman
Hyophorbe verschaffeltii Spindle Palm 10 seeds

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Seeds from Hyophorbe verschaffeltii. Spindle shaped trunk thin at top and bottom with a prominent bulge in the middle. Unique crown shaft that bulges at its base. Pinnate leaves that somewhat arch and also twist on their axis a bit. The latter fact can be used to tell them from the Bottle Palm. Also, the petiole leafstalk is yellow, whereas the Bottle palm petiole will have shades of red. It can reach 14-16 feet. A unique, different and popular palm that should be part of any palm collection, providing you don't get cold. Its fusiform trunk, silver unique crown shaft, and somewhat short leaves make it a very nice landscape palm. More cold hardy than the Bottle Palm. Zones 9b-11. Picture Courtesy of Randy Ableman
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Sabal palmetto Carolina Palmetto Palm 10 seeds


Seeds from Sabal palmetto Cabbage Palm, Sabal Palm, Carolina Palmetto. The cabbage Sabal Palmetto is an erect, unbranched palm tree. It grows to a height of 30 to 80 feet with a stem diameter of 12 to 24 inches. Typically the stem diameter is uniform from the base to the crown. Leaf bases or boots may persist on the stem orslough off, giving the stem a smooth appearance. Cabbage palmetto leaves are fan shaped, palmately divided, and spineless. They are borne on a prominently arching midrib and may be 3 to 9 feet long. Cabbage palmetto flowers are perfect, showy, and creamy to yellowish white. They are borne in arching or drooping clusters. The fruit is a black, fleshy, drupe that contains a single brown spherical seed. The cabbage palmetto root system as a short, bulbous underground stem surrounded by a dense mass of contorted roots with smaller, light orange roots penetrating the soil to a depth of 15 to 20 feet The Sabal Palmetto is the most widely distributed palm in Florida. It grows in almost any soil and has many uses, including food, medicine, and landscaping. Zones 8 to 10.
Sabal palmetto Carolina Palmetto Palm 10 seeds

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Seeds from Sabal palmetto Cabbage Palm, Sabal Palm, Carolina Palmetto. The cabbage Sabal Palmetto is an erect, unbranched palm tree. It grows to a height of 30 to 80 feet with a stem diameter of 12 to 24 inches. Typically the stem diameter is uniform from the base to the crown. Leaf bases or boots may persist on the stem orslough off, giving the stem a smooth appearance. Cabbage palmetto leaves are fan shaped, palmately divided, and spineless. They are borne on a prominently arching midrib and may be 3 to 9 feet long. Cabbage palmetto flowers are perfect, showy, and creamy to yellowish white. They are borne in arching or drooping clusters. The fruit is a black, fleshy, drupe that contains a single brown spherical seed. The cabbage palmetto root system as a short, bulbous underground stem surrounded by a dense mass of contorted roots with smaller, light orange roots penetrating the soil to a depth of 15 to 20 feet The Sabal Palmetto is the most widely distributed palm in Florida. It grows in almost any soil and has many uses, including food, medicine, and landscaping. Zones 8 to 10.
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Nannorrhops arabica silver 10 seeds


Seeds of Nannorrhops arabica Silver. Over the past few years, this blue/silver leaved  Nannorrhops has proved to be one of the most valuable additions to the range of cold hardy palms. It will thrive in the tropics as well as in temperate areas with good drainage even in wetter areas. With ample heat it is easy to germinate and very fast growing. Produces thick blue/silver almost white leathery, fan shaped leaves. It will resist cold temperatures to 40f if kept dry.
Nannorrhops arabica silver 10 seeds

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Seeds of Nannorrhops arabica Silver. Over the past few years, this blue/silver leaved Nannorrhops has proved to be one of the most valuable additions to the range of cold hardy palms. It will thrive in the tropics as well as in temperate areas with good drainage even in wetter areas. With ample heat it is easy to germinate and very fast growing. Produces thick blue/silver almost white leathery, fan shaped leaves. It will resist cold temperatures to 40f if kept dry.
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