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END OF THE YEAR SALE 2022
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A QUARTER MILLION PLANTS AT THE NURSERY!

Note:  Limited stock on many items below - 
and some one of a kind plants, especially on cycads

 

                                                               


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450 Ocean View Ave
Encinitas, CA 92024 (minutes off Freeway 5)


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ADONIDIA - VEITCHIA MERRILLII HYBRID
POTENTIAL TO GROW SOMETHING THAT CAN'T BE GROWN HERE
VERY EXCITING – NOT PREVIOUSLY AVAILABLE

There is an interesting story behind the plants I'm showing you here.  About four years ago, we got some seeds from a botanical garden that were labeled as Veitchia merrillii (aka Adonidia merrillii).  The seeds we got were thought to be pure Veitchia merrillii.  The seeds germinated but about half of the plants produced didn’t appear to be pure merrillii.   It ends up that these different plants are a hybrid of a Veitchia merrillii crossed with something else.  Most likely it's with another species of Veitchia that are more cold tolerant.  This is to our customer's benefit as this means perhaps they can grow these and end up with a smaller palm that resembles V. merrillii.  These should tolerate full sun.  Cold hardiness is unknown but should be below a freeze.  We only have a few left.  I have no garden photo of this hybrid mature as no one has ever done it before as far as I know.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price this size $95


Veitchia merrillii hybrid



ALLAGOPTERA ARENARIA
THE SEASHORE OR BEACH PALM
FULL SUN, COLD HARDY, DWARF



The nursery plants shown here are nice one gallon size.  They are about three years old.  This species is native to Brazil and lives near the ocean, often on sandy dunes near beaches.  In general, it is very slow growing.  Mature height height is about six feet.  The leaves are plumose and fluffy.  It is a single trunk species although it has the appearance of being a suckering species.  It loves sun and heat.  If you need a small palm for full sun that you can see over, this is a great species for you.  These 1g are easy to ship in their containers with soil. 

Regular price one gallon $65
Sale price one gallon $50



allagoptera arenaria 1g
Allagoptera arenaria garden


ARCHONTOPHOENIX ALEXANDRAE VAR. BEATRICEA
RARE TYPE OF KING PALM
MEDIUM HEIGHT, VERY ATTRACTIVE

This is an unusual type of King Palm - Single trunk, crown shafted, swollen base, red emergent new leaf and steps  at the growth rings.  Green leaves with silver undersides.  Along the coast takes full sun, part sun far inland.  Get to thirty feet or a bit more.  Cold tolerant to about 25 degrees F.

Regular price 15g $235
Sale price this size $185 


Archontophoenix beatricea 15 gallon 
Archontophoenix beatricea


ARCHONTOPHOENIX MAXIMA
THE WALSH RIVE KING PALM
LARGEST SPECIES OF KING PALM


This species is native to Queensland, Australia.  It gets to a height of sixty feet of more.  Leaves are green and twelve feet long.  It likes sun and is cold tolerant into the mid-twenties F.  Sometimes they'll throw a new reddish leaf as shown here.  Garden photo by L. Nancarrow.

Regular price 15 gallon $225
Sale price this size $175



Archontophoenix maxima 15g
Archontophoenix maxima by Luke Nancarrow AU


ARCHONTOPHOENIX PURPUREA
RARE TYPE OF KING PALM
PURPLE COLORED CROWN SHAFT



This is an unusual type of King Palm that has a purple colored crown shaft when it gets bigger.  You won't see this on smaller plants as shown here, but once the tree has a little trunk it appears.  It is single trunk, crown shafted, has green leaves with silver underside, and gets to a mature height of 30 to 35 feet in CA.  Along the coast takes full sun, part sun far inland.    Cold tolerant to about 25 - 27 degrees F.  We have limited numbers in the 15g size.

Regular price 15g $235
Sale price this size $185



Archontophoenix purpurea
Archontophoenix purpurea



ARCHONTOPHOENIX PURPUREA
PURPLE CROWN SHAFT
SMALLER, VERY SHIPPABLE PLANTS

For description, see above. 

Regular price 1 gallon $65 (oversided)
Sale price this size $50

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $90

Regular price 15g $235
Sale price 15g $185


Archonophoenix pupurea 1g
 Archonotophoenix purpurea 5g
Archontophoenix purpurea 15g
Archontophoenix purpurea


ARCHONTOPHOENIX "TERACARPA"

THE BEST KING PALM EVER!
WHAT IS IT?

This is a type of King Palm that comes from a large specimen in Phil's personal garden.  We named it "teracarpa" - meaning "big body".  No one has been able to identify it.  It has a much thicker trunk, gets taller than the normal King Palm, is a more vigorous grower and does not brown tip in sun.  In Phil's garden it towers over regular Kings nearby and is much greener and prettier.  There's a hint of silver on the back of the leaves and seeds are larger than normal King Palm seeds.  All who have bought it say it's one of the best palms in their garden.  It does not brown tip in the sun and is more resistant to wind.  Cold tolerant to about 25 degrees F. by estimation.

Regular price one gallon (not shown below) $65
Sale price this size $50

Regular price 5g $135 (singles and multiples)

Sale price this size $100

Regular price 15g $225
Sale price this size $175

 
Archontophoenix teracarpa 5g
 Archontophoenix teracarpa 15g
Archontophoenix teracarpa
Note the dardk green leaves compared to the adjacent regular King Palms.  Also, no brown tipping.


ARCHONTOPHOENIX TUCKERI
THE ROCKY RIVER OR CAPE YORK KING PALM
A RARE AUSTRALIAN SPECIES


This rare type of King Palm is native to Australia and was named after a curator of a botanical garden there.  The crown shaft is green, underside of the leaves silver and the leaflets lack ramenta.  It can take sun or part sun along the coast and gets to 50 feet tall.  Cold hardiness is about 25 degrees F.  Garden photo by Luke Nancarrow.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price this size $100


Archontophoenix tuckeri 5g
Archontophoenix tuckeri by Luke Nancarrow AU


ARENGA ENGLERI
THE DWARF SUGAR PALM
SUCKERING PALM - HEIGHT TO TEN FEET

This suckering Asian palm gets to a height of eight to ten feet.  Leaflet tips are jagged and silver underneath.  It also have very fragrant blossoms.  It is a slow growing palm.   It takes about five years to produce a nice 5g.  On the coast, it can take anywhere from full sun to filtered light.  Cold hardiness is about 18 degrees F.  The 5g size is easy to ship.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price this size $105


Arenga engleri 5g
Arenga engleri garden



ARENGA MICRANTHA 
LARGE SUCKERING PINNATE PALM FROM INDIA
EXTREMELY COLD HARDY – GREEN LEAVES – SILVER BACKS
IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND


Shown below is an impossible to find suckering palm from northern India, Tibet and surrounding areas.  Quite remarkably, its native habitat is at elevations of 5000 to 7500 feet.  As you'd suspect, it tolerates temperatures way below freezing, probably into the upper teens F.  I don't really know for sure as of yet.  But, it's felt to be the most cold hardy of the genus Arenga.  It's not a medium sized Arenga.  It can get up to 20 feet with trunks about 8 inches (mature) in diameter.  Like other species of the genus, the trunks are hairy and a bit shaggy.  Leaves are large and silver colored on their underside.  It is a part day sun or filtered light species.  We only have a couple of 15g which are going on Sale.  They are over ten years old.  Since their original seed offering, no seeds have been available since.  The garden photo is by Rich Norm from PalmTalk.

Regular price these old 15g $350
Sale price these 15g $265


ARENGA MICRANTHA 15G
Arenga micrantha by Rich Norm Palmtalk


BECCARIOPHOENIX ALFREDII
THE HIGH PLATEAU COCONUT PALM
RARE AND DIFFERENT MADAGASCAR PALM

Native to Madagascar, this recently discovered species is single trunk, gets to at least 40 feet in many decades and has surprising cold hardiness to the low 20's F.   Leaves are pinnate.  It takes full sun in most areas.  The common name comes from it's resemblance to the true Coconut Palm.  Leaves are green and not armed.  Growth rate is rather fast.  Habitat photo by TS RPS.

Regular price 36 inch box size $850
Sale price this size $680

 
Beccariophoenix alfredii 5g
Beccariophoenix alfrredii 15g
Beccariophoenix alfredii 36 in box
Beccariophoenix alfredii TS RPS
Beccariophoenix alfredii



BISMARCKIA NOBILIS

BLUE FAN PALM FROM MADAGASCAR
IMPRESSIVE SPECIMEN PALM IN GARDEN

Native to hot areas of Madagascar, this is an intensely blue, medium to large tropical fan palm with large blue leaves.  It wants full sun and loves heat.  Cold tolerance to about 20 degrees F.  Well grown, it is a "show stopper".  Grown in shade, it may not hold its blue color.  In the right areas, expect an eventual height of 30 feet or more.  We're offering three sizes on sale, all great for garden planting right now.  I've shown as well a grove of good sized specimens below.  All three sizes are shown below from 5g up to 25g.

Regular price 5g $125
Sale price this size $95

Regular price 15 gallon $225
Sale price this size $175

Regular price 20 or 25 gallon $575
Sale price this size $450

 

BISMARCKIA NOBILIS 5g
BISMARCKIA NOBILIS 5g
Bismarckia nobilis
Bismarckia nobilis


BRAHEA DECUMBENS
DWARF, BLUE, SUCKERING SUN PALM
VERY LIMITED SUPPLY AVAILABLE

This easy to grow Mexican fan palm hardly ever gets over five feet tall.  In the sun, it gets super blue, suckers and doesn't have a large footprint in the garden.  Surprisingly, when young, plants are green in color.  But, outdoors in the sun, I guarantee that they'll turn blue.  Leaves are small compared to other Braheas.  It is rare and, unfortunately, very slow growing.  I am showing here our 5 gallon plants which are about 5-6 years old.  They are quite old for their containers.  This species will take sun in all areas and does not like shade.  It does well in desert areas.  Cold tolerance is about 17 to 18 degrees.  Note:  When sold out, it'll be a long time before we offer them again.  We only have a few 5g left.

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price this size $120


BRAHEA DECUMBENS 5g
BRAHEA DECUMBENS


BRAHEA DULCIS

MEDIUM SIZED FAN PALM FROM MEXICO
VARIABLE IN HEIGHT AND CHARACTER

This good looking fan palm comes from southern Mexico as well as various countries in Central America.  There is variability in this species: Some plants are green, others blue.  Some specimens get to twenty feet, others remain shorter. Over time, leaf bases fall away to give a smooth trunk.  This species likes part sun or full sun along the coast and is cold hardy to about 20 degrees F.

Regular price 15 gallon $225
Sales price this size $180

 
 BRAHEA DULCIS 5g

BRAHEA ELEGANS
THE FRANCESHI PALM
MEDIUM SIZE MATURE

You don't see this species offered that often.  It is native to the Sonora and Sinaloa areas of Mexico.   It has green costo-palmate leaves that are divided.  Trunk diameter is a pleasant 12 inches with a rough surface.  Mature height is ten to twenty feet.  Regarding culture, it is not quite as cold hardy as other Brahea species like armata, clara and decumbens.  I'd suspect it may go down to the lower 20’s or perhaps upper teens F.  It does best in full sun.  We just got in a limited number of nice 5g plants which we’re putting on special.  They are easy to ship.

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price this size $90


Brahea elegans 5g


BRAHEA MOOREI 
THE DWARF ROCK PALM
SUPER RARE - SOUGHT AFTER MEXICAN FAN PALM


Shown below are 3-4 year old juvenile plants of the super rare and hard to find Brahea moorei.  The seeds for these plants came from a fruiting tree in San Diego County.  They were very slow to germinate.  This is is a very small, dwarf species with overall height of four to six feet.  Leaves are near fully circular with deeply divided segments.  The underside of the leaves are brilliantly white and often you'll see a white color on the dorsal segment margins.  Culturally, you can grow this in strong filtered light, part day sun or possibly full sun along the coast.  Cold hardiness is into the low 20's F.  It is very slow growing.  The garden photo is c/o PACSOA.

Regular price one gallon $70
Sale price one gallon $55


Brahea moorei 1g
BRAHEA MOOREI BY PACSOA


BRAHEA NITIDA
FLAT GREEN LEAF
MEDIUM SIZE MATURE

This interesting fan palm is native to Mexico down to Guatemala.  It attains a height of thirty feet with a stout trunk of one foot in diameter.  The most attractive thing about this palm are its circular leaves, with only partial division of the segments. It takes filtered light to full sun on the coast.  Cold hardiness is into the mid to low twenties F.  The leaves are a shiny green and the petioles are essentially un-armed.   

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price this size $90

 
BRAHEA NITIDA 5g

BRAHEA SPECIES "SUPER SILVER"
BLUE FAN PALM FROM MEXICO
THINNER TRUNK THAN 
BRAHEA ARMATA

Shown here is a 5 gallon plant of a Brahea species from Mexico that is presently known as "Brahea species Super Silver".   Undoubtedly someone will describe it in the near future and attach a scientific name.  Seeds have been available only twice.  It is a blue plant but doesn't show the blue until older.  It wants full hot sun and would be perfect for the desert.  I suspect the cold tolerance is similar to Brahea armata, about 15 degrees F.  But, compared to the later, this species trunk is much thinner and it is faster growing.  But, the blue color is just as intense.  Shown here is the 5g size.  Limited numbers. 

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price this size $90
Note:  Almost sold out


BRAHEA SPECIES "SUPER SILVER" 5g
Brahea species uper silver TS at RPS


BURRETIKENTIA HAPALA
RARE SINGLE TRUNK PALM FROM NEW CALEDONIA
MEDIUM HEIGHT MATURE


This rare and different single trunk palm is from New Caledonia.  It is being grown by many here.  It gets to a mature height of 20 to 25 feet and has a green trunk and a white crown shaft.  Cold tolerance is somewhere between 25 degrees F. and a freeze.  It is slow growing and, along the coast, takes full sun although many grow it in part day sun.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price this size $100


Burretiokentia hapala 5g
Burretiokentia hapala


BURRETIOKENTIA KOGHIENSIS
RARE NEW CALEDONIAN PALM
THIN TRUNK AND WHITE CROWN SHAFT

About 45 minutes out of Noumea (the capital) of New Caledonia is Mount Koghi.  This is the home habitat for this species.  It has a thin to medium trunk, a white crown shaft and gets to about 25 feet tall.  Leaves are pinnate, slightly arched and sometimes red emergent.  It's very beautiful and does great in Southern California.  Most grow it in part day sun.  Cold tolerance is into the mid-twenties F.  The plants on sale are very old, nicely sized 15 gallon.  Some are even bigger than shown in the photo below.

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price 5 gallon $115

Regular price 15g $250
Sale price this size $195


Burretiokentia koghiensis 5g
BURRETIOKENTIA KOGHIENSIS 15g
BURRETIOKENTIA KOGHIENSIS

 

BURRETIOKENTIA VIEILLARDII
THE TIGER PALM - STRIPED CROWN SHAFT
ANOTHER SPECIES OF THIS GREAT GENUS

This species of Burretiokentia comes from the highest elevation of the three species of this genus from New Caledonia.  It grows at altitudes of almost 4000 feet.  It has a thin trunk of about six inches and can get to sixty feet tall.  It has a prominently bulging crown shaft that is known for it's diagonally dark markings.  Thus, the name "Tiger Palm".  The crown shaft is reddish-brown in color and has prominent striations as shown below.  Younger trunks are green with rings unless exposed to sun.  The crown of this species is full and round with upright and arching leaves.  As with all New Caledonian species, ample water is crucial. The size on special are summer repots in 5 gallon pots. 

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price this size  $120

Regular price 15 gallon $250
Sale price 15 gallon $195


 
BURRETIOKENTIA VIEILLARDII 15g
 
BURRETIOKENTIA VIEILLARDII
BURRETIOKENTIA VIEILLARDII


BUTIA CAPITATA BLUE VARIETY
THE BLUE PINDO OR JELLY PALM
NICE BLUE LEAVES - FULL SUN - VERY COLD HARDY


This is a unique variety of Butia capitata that has a nice blue color.  Otherwise, it's quite similar to the regular green Pindo Palm.  This palm loves full hot sun and can take down to 15 degrees F.  Growth rate is medium.  Almost everyone that doesn't get severe cold can grow this palm.  Garden photo by Paul Craft.

Regular price 15g $210
Sale price this size $165


Butia capitata blue 15g
Butia capitata blue by P.C.


BUTIA PARAGUENSIS
COLD HARDY SHORTER PINNATE PALM
RARELY AVAILABLE FOR SALE


This single trunk pinnate palm is from Brazil and Paraguay.  I think the most notable thing is that it doesn't overly tall.  Almost always, this species is under ten feet overall.  Rarely it is taller.  So, it might be perfect when you need a smaller tree.  It is super cold hardy and likes full sun.  Cold hardiness should be similar to the Pindo Palm, about 15 degrees F.  We have five gallon size available in limited numbers.  We haven’t offered this size of plants for about ten years.  These would be simple to mail order.  The tall habitat photo by TS at RPS shows a totally mature specimen.  The smaller plant was taken by me at a garden and supposedly was ten years old.


Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price this size $100

BUTIA PARAGUAYENSIS 5G
BUTIA PARAGUAYENSIS ts rps
BUTIA PARAGUAYENSIS  


BUTIA X SYAGRUS, THE MULE PALM
HUGE 25 GALLON AVAILABLE

VERY COLD TOLERANT, RARE - APPEARANCE SIMILAR TO COCONUT


A hybrid palm that is super attractive, gets to a height of about 25 feet and is cold hardy to about 16 degrees.  It comes from Butia flowers that have been pollinated with Queen Palm pollen (by hand).  Thus, it's a smaller alternative to the Queen Palm.  Does well in full sun, even in the desert.  Very rare and hard to find.  If you live in a colder area, this palm takes the weather much better than a Queen Palm and is a lot prettier.  Many say it resembles to Coconut Palm.

Regular price these 25 gallon $785
Sale price this size $635
(limited numbers available)



Mule Palm 25g
Mule Palm


CARPENTERIA ACUMINATA
TALL, VERY THIN TRUNK
NATIVE TO NORTHERN AUSTRALIA


This is a tall, slender, single trunk pinnate palm from the Northern Territory in Australia.  It can get to 40 feet tall and has attractive small red fruits.  Leaves are gently arching and leaf color is green.  It is crown shafted and trunk diameters are well under a foot.  For Southern CA growers, it can be grown but is not the easiest palm to try.  I think it's because, at best, this palm is hardy down to a freeze.  We do have people who seek it out so we carry a small number of plants.  I’d start it in part day sun and then let it grow into the sun.  

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $95



CARPENTERIA ACUMINATA 5G
Carpenteria acuminata 


CARPOXYLON MACROSPERMUM
DROP-DEAD GORGEOUS CROWN SHAFTED PALM
NATIVE TO VANUATU - EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND
NOT VERY COLD TOLERANT

This extremely gorgeous crown shafted palm was introduced into the cultivation market perhaps 25 years ago.  At that time and since, availability of seeds has very limited and seed prices high - as much as several dollars per seed.  This is a single trunk palm with very arching green leaves and a lime green colored crown shaft.  The trunk is medium sized and about 10 inches thick.  Overall height is 15 to 20 feet. Leaves are keeled and leaflets continue nearly all the way to the base of the petiole.  The base of the trunk is slightly swollen.  The difficulty in growing this species is the lack of its ability to tolerate a freeze.  Tolerated low temperatures are 33 to 34 degrees.  With this said, some people in warmer microclimates have had success in growing this beautiful palm.  It wants acclimation into full sun.  The mature photos are c/o a friend in Vanuatu and are from a private garden.  This is an extremely difficult species to find for sale.

Regular price one gallon $80
Sale price one gallon $65


CARPOXYLON MACROSPERMA 1G
CARPOXYLON MACROSPERMA UNKNOWN AUTHOR


CARYOTA GIGAS
MOUNTAIN GIANT FISHTAIL - GIANT BLACK FISHTAIL
AKA CARYOTA OBTUSA


This is one of the most popular Fishtail Palms because of it's beautiful full leaves.  It has leaf lengths up to 14 feet with similar widths and definitely produces shade.  It is quick growing and has a thick trunk, especially at the base.  So, it needs plenty of room.  It wants full sun and is cold hardy to the low 20's F.  Like all Fishtail Palms, it is monocarpic - and dies when it flowers and finishes its seeding process.  This palm is rather hard to find with size nowadays.  A side note is that one taxonomist feels it should be called "Caryota obtusa", a species from India.

Regular price one gallon $65
Sale price one gallon $50



Caryota gigas 1g
Caryota gigas garden


CARYOTA MITIS
NATIVE TO ASIA - IS A SUCKERING SPECIES
FILTERED LIGHT FOR MANY AREAS

This Asian species of the Fishtail Palm is a suckering type and tolerates coastal part sun, or in very mild areas possible full sun.  It is native to SE Asia and India.  It does sucker and has bipinnate leaves.  It is cold hardy to about 28 degrees F.  Mature height is about 25 feet if well grown.  It can also be used as a patio or interior palm. 

Regular price five gallon $125
Sale price five gallon $85


Caryota mitis 5g
Caryota mitis


CARYOTA URENS
THE GIANT MOUNTAIN FISHTAIL
FAST GROWING - SUPER TAL
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Caryota urens is a tall single trunk monocarpic palm species native to Asia.  It is fast growing and can get to a height of 70 feet.  It is definitely a canopy-forming palm species.  Leaves a green and leaflets are premorse (jagged at their ends).  Some people love the grandeur of these palms.  Trunks are tan, ringed and about 16 inches diameter on average.  It will get taller and more quickly get there than almost any other palm in your garden.  They want full sun and, especially if inland, plenty of water.  Because they are monocarpic (flower and then die), one needs a plant that is near death to get seeds.  This occurs rarely.  We were able to germinate seeds from such a plant.  I’ve not had seedlings for six to eight years.  They are on their first or second leaf and can be mail ordered within the U.S. easily.  Seeds haven't been available for years and this is the first time we've offered young plants for ten years.

Regular price one gallon and band size $65
Sale price these sizes $50


Caryota urens band
Caryota urens 1g
Caryota urens garden


CARYOTA MONOSTACHYA
DWARF FISHTAIL PALM
SUCKERING PALM - MATURE UNDER TEN FEET TALL
NARROW TRUNKS - SOMEWHAT COLD HARDY


This slow growing clustering Fishtail Palm is known for mature heights of eight to ten feet, narrow trunks and exotic green leaves as shown.  It is native to China and Viet Nam.  It is a bi-pinnate palm with green leaflets that are jagged at their distal margin.  See the photo below to examine the leaflets.  Like all Caryotas, each stem is monocarpic and will die after flowering.  But, other stems will grow and replace it.  Cold tolerance appears to be a bit below a freeze.  This is an extremely rare palm that you never see for sale.  This is the first time we have offered it for sale - although we had a similar species 20 years ago from Thailand.  I only have five available.  These were put into 5g pots in late winter.  The mature specimen photo below is by Kyle Wicomb and c/o Palmpedia.  Only one or two available.

Regular price 5 gallon $150 (super rare)
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Caryota monostachya 5g

Caryota monostachya garden palmpedia



CEROXYLON QUINDIUENSE
THE TALLEST PALM IN THE WORLD
SO. AMERICAN - COLUMBIA AND NORTHERN PERU
FAIRLY COLD HARDY - HARD TO FIND SPECIES


This tall, fairly cold hardy palm is native to mountainous regions in Columbia and Peru.  It has been grown by many in colder areas including parts of the coastal San Francisco Bay Area.  It has a gray to white columnar trunk with upright green leaves that have a silver color to the underside.  Trunks show prominent rings and are covered with a waxy material that is used in foods in native localities.  Mature specimens in the wild have been reported to be almost 200 feet tall.  It likes humidity and moisture and can tolerate temperatures into the upper teens F.  It prefers to start growing into filtered light and to work its way into full sun.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Ceroxylon quindiuense 5g
CEROXYLON quindiuense Wikipedia

CHAMAEDOREA ADSCENDENS
SUPER RARE UNDERSTORY PALM WITH SATIN SHEEN TO LEAFLETS
DWARF SPECIES - SUPER DIFFICULT TO FIND

This is a solitary trunk dwarf species from Guatemala and Belize.  It was only introduced into the trade in the past two decades.  Stems are thin and a white-tan color.  Leaves are blue green with an iridescent sheen.  Leaves are pinnate and sometimes simple, especially when young.  Height of this palm is usually under three feet, but plants in the wild have been reported to be five to six feet.  It is cold hardy to about a freeze and prefers filtered light.  Planting in small colonies is very attractive.  This species is almost impossible to find.  We got our seeds from a famous botanist, so I know they are correctly produced without hybridization.  The seedlings on sale have four leaves and are two years old.  They can easily be mail ordered.  They’d make a great interior or patio plant as well.

Regular price band size $75
Sale price band size $57.50

 

CHAMAEDOREA ADSCENDENS BAND
CHAMAEDOREA ADSCENDENS

 

CHAMAEDOREA ARENBERGIANA
THIN TRUNK TROPICAL PINNATE PALM
UNDERSTORY FILTERED LIGHT

This single trunk species is from Mexico and Central America.  It is pinnate like other Chamaedoreas with a trunk diameter of an inch or a bit more.  The leaves a five feet long with wide leaflets and prominent drip tips.  The trunks are dark green and prominent trunk rings are present.  Low temperatures tolerated are about to a freeze and this species likes filtered light.  Mature height is about ten feet. 

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Chamaedorea arenbergiana 5g
Chamaedorea arenbergiana


CHAMAEDOREA BENZIEI
AKA CHAMAEDOREA CARCHENSIS
SOLITARY PALM WITH THICK TRUNK FOR GENUS


This fairly newly named species is native to the Chiapas area of Mexico.  It is single trunk and, for a Chamaedorea, has a rather thick two inch trunk.  Leaves are green and leathery.  Leaflets are wide and leaves arch.  Mature height is 8 to 10 feet.  It looks nicely planted in a small colony of two or three plants.  It'll tolerate coastal sun or part sun.  Cold tolerance is 25 to 27 degrees F.  Interestingly, it was named after a palm enthusiast here in Southern CA.  Below, the band size is shown first followed by the 5g size.


Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Chamaedorea benziei
Chamaedorea benziei


CHAMAEDOREA COSTARICANA
ONE OF THE BEST TYPES OF BAMBOO PALM
SUCKERING AND EASY TO GROW SHADE PALM


This is a great suckering palm for filtered light.  It gets to a height of 14 to 16 feet, suckers and has green leaves about four feet long.  Trunks are prominently ringed and flower stalks are orange.  It likes filtered light in the garden and also makes a great patio or interior palm.  Cold hardiness is about 20 degrees F.  This is a great and beautiful palm.  In addition to 5g and band sizes, we may have a few 15 gallon available.

Regular price band size $60
Sale price this band size $47.50

Regular price 5 gallon $145

Sale price 5 gallon $100


  
 Chamaedorea costaricana band
Chamaedora costaricana 5g
Chamaedorea costaricana


CHAMAEDOREA ELATIOR
A CLIMBING UNDERSTORY PALM
THIS VARIETY KNOWN TO HAVE SOLID LEAVES LONGER

Chamaedorea elatior i
s an interesting palm because it has the ability to climb.  It does this by a curved end to the leaves - like a thumb or forefinger grabbing something.  It is native to southern Mexico and Central America.  When juvenile, plants have a simple bifed leaf.  With age, this leaves transforms into a pinnate leaf.  But, there's a variety that holds on to the rather large simple, bifed leaves longer.  The plants on sale are this desirable latter form.  Leaf color is green.  Mature height can be over 15 feet with support.  Cold tolerance is about 25 degrees F.  This is a rare palm to acquire.  The 5 gallon shown below is just beginning to show its conversion from a large simple leaf into a pinnate palm with smaller leaflets.  The second photo shows a climbing garden pinnate palm.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price this size $110


Chamaedorea elatior 5g
CHAMAEDOREA ELATIOR


CHAMAEDOREA FRONDOSA
SIMPLE LEAF AND DWARF UNDERSTORY PALM
GREEN LEAVES - ABOUT TWO FEET TALL MATURE
UNBELIEVABLY RARE


This is another super rare and impossible to find understory single trunk palm with simple bifid green leaves and a think trunk.  It was just discoved in 1995 and is from Honduras.  Leaves are about 12 to 16 inches long and, from immature size, elongate a bit with age.  The seeds from this species came from a well known botanist and are pure.  It wants to be in shade or filtered light with very dappled sunlight at most.  It is cold hardy into the upper twenties F.  The size on sale are bands.  We may have a few 1 gallon as well.  But, it's near impossible to find.  If you like simple leaf palms, don't miss out on this one.  The garden photo is c/o Palmpedia.

Regular price band size $80
Sale price band size $62.50


Chamaedorea frondosa band
Chamaedorea frondosa by Palmpedia


CHAMAEDOREA GEONOMIFORMIS

THE NECKLACE PALM
DWARF SIMPLE LEAF SHADE PALM
NEVER OVER 3 FEET TALL

Chamaedorea geonomiformis is a very rare and small single trunk palm with simple bifed leaves.  Trunks are thin and about 3/8 inch in diameter.  Leaves are usually under a foot long and green in color.  Leaf texture is thick.  This is a sought after species by enthusiasts because it's so small and "cute".  Mature height is usually under three feet.  It wants filtered light and is cold tolerant into the mid-twenties F.  We have very limited numbers of this palm.

Regular price one gallon $75
Sale price one gallon $57.50


Chamaedorea geonomiformis
Chamaedorea geonomiformis


CHAMAEDOREA HOOPERIANA
ROBUST GREEN SUCKERING UNDERSTORY PALM
CAN BE USED AS AN INTERIOR PALM


This is a great garden or interior palm.  It is native to southern Mexico.  Like Chamaedorea benziei above, it was named after a Southern California palm enthusiast.  It has green leaves, one inch thick stems, leaves that are about 4 to 5 feet long and a mature height of 12 to 14 feet.  Leaves are entirely green as are the ringed trunks.  It's a good growing palm that wants filtered light.  Cold hardiness is about 25 degrees F.  The plants available this species are massive 225 gallons - at at least 12 - 15 years old and huge for their pots.  We also have 7g on sale, second photo below.  The garden photos is c/o TS at RPS.

Regular price large 25 size (fifteen years old) $650
Sale price these 25 gallon $500

Regular price 7 gallon $200
Sale price 7 gallon $150


CHAMAEDOREA HOOPERIANA 25g
Chamaedorea hooperiana 7g
Chamaedoea hooperiana TS at RPS


CHAMAEDOREA PLUMOSA
THE BABY QUEEN PALM
MEDIUM SIZE - TAKES FULL COASTAL SUN
 

This sun tolerant single trunk palm, that is native to Mexico, gets up to about 14 feet in height.  It has a green, ringed trunk about 1.5 inches in diameter.  The leaves are plumose or fluffy.  They are quick growing and perfect for narrow planter areas.  It will take full coastal sun.  Cold hardiness is into the mid-twenties F.  It can also be used as a houseplant in a bright area.  To give a better appearance, we grow several plants in one pot.  Shown are 5g first followed by 15g sizes.  Both are on sale.

Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sale price 1 gallon $50

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $95

Regular price 15g $225
Sale price 15 gallon $175

 

Chamaedorea plumosa 1g
Chamaedorea plumosa 5g
Chamaedorea plumosa 15g
Chamaedorea plumosa Palmpedia


CHAMAEDOREA RADICALIS - TRUNKING FORM
GETS TO A HEIGHT OF EIGHT TO TEN FEET
FAIRLY COLD HARDY AND TAKES SUN

This increasingly popular single trunk palm gets to a mature height of up to ten feet.  It's fast growing and has thin green leaflets.  There's a bit of silver on the trunks.  Growth rate is fast.  It'll take a good amount of sun and is quite cold hardy.  Reports are that it tolerates low 20's F. or a bit colder.  Some of our 5g plants are getting quite tall.  We also have 15g size on sale.  The third photo below is the best photo of a mature triple.  It's about ten years old, in full sun and is in fruit.  This is a rare species and there's few gardens that have mature plants.  Both sizes on sale are mutliples (several plants per pot).   

Regular price 5g $135
Sale price 5g $100

Regular price 15 g $235
Sale price 15g $180
 

Chamaedorea radicalis trunking 5g
Chamaedorea radicalis trunking 15g
Chamaedorea radicalis trunking mature 25g


CHAMAEDOEA SCHIPPII
UNBELIEVABLE RARE SUCKERING SHADE PALM
FIRST TIME AVAILABLE IN 30 YEARS

Taxonomically, this species of Chamaedorea is an accepted species.  Unfortunately, this species disappeared from the market about 30 years ago.  This is a suckering green leaf understory species that gets a mature height of twelve to fourteen feet and have an appearance similar to C. costaricana.  But, the leaves are longer and the trunks are thicker.  Trunks remain vertical and don't usually lean.  This species has historically been used to make some of the more interesting Chamaedorea hybrids including the famous "Irving Cantor" cross.  They were chosen for hybridization because of their strong vertical trunks.  Cold tolerance is into the twenties F.  We are offering a limited number of small seedlings for sale.  This is the first time we've had them in 25 years!  The garden photo is of a plant at my personal garden.  There's few gardens worldwide that have mature specimens of this species.

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price 5 gallon $110

We'd recommend getting several so someday you can set seeds.


Chamaedorea schippii 5g
Chamaedorea schippii garden


CHAMAEDOREA SEIFRIZII
CLASSIC "BAMBOO PALM"
GROWS WELL IN GARDEN OR INDOORS


This New World suckering shade palm has pinnate leaves and never gets much above 8 to 9 feet.  This is the reason it's so popular.  It' fits below the ceilings of most homes.  It is a suckering species with thin canes and leaves that are about three feet long with green leaflets.  Outdoors, it wants filtered light and is cold hard into the mid, perhaps lower 20's F.  But, I've seen coastal residents growing it in near full sun - and they don't look bad.  The size on sale is our oversized 15g plants.  Limited numbers.

Regular price old and huge 15g $275
Sale price these huge 15g $210


Chamaedorea seifrizii 15g2
Chamaedorea seifrizii leaf
Chamaedorea seifrizii
Chamaedorea seifrizii2


CHAMAEDOREA TEPEJILOTE
GARDEN OR INTERIOR PLANT
EXOTIC AND TROPICAL

This lush green leafed palm is natively single trunk.  We like to plant several per pot.  It is native to Mexico and Central America and gets to a height of about 15 feet.  But, in containers, it usually only gets to about 8 or 10 feet.  Leaves are wide and the trunks are thick and dark green with prominent rings.  It takes filtered light outside or on the patio and can be grown inside the home. The two sizes offered are fairly large for their containers.  The 5g are fairly easy to ship in a tall box. 

Regular price 5g $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110

Regular price 15 gallon $245
Sale price 15 gallon $195


Chamaedorea tepejilote 5g
Chamaedorea tepejilote 15g
Chamaedorea tepejilote garden


CHAMAEDOREA WOODSONIANA
TALL, THICK TRUNK, BEAUTIFUL GREEN PINNATE PALM
DOES BEST IN SHADE – STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL

This is a very large, single trunk species that is native to a long range, spanning from Mexico into the northern parts of South America.  It is very sought after by enthusiasts and is known as one of the tallest of all Chamaedoreas - reaching heights of possibly over forty feet.  The trunk has a prominent crownshaft and is four inches thick or more.  It's leaves are four to five feet long with a prominent petiole.  Leaf color is a deep green and, in cross section, the leaves are slightly keeled.  In Southern California, this species prefers shade or a bit of sun.  It has been said that this species cannot take a freeze.  More recent reports suggest this species can tolerate temperatures into the upper 20's F.  It is known to be growing in the San Francisco Bay area.  It is a quick grower and sometimes the base of the trunk is swollen.   We have both 5g and 15 gallon on sale.  If you search around, you'll find this species super difficult to find.  The garden photo is by TS RPS.

Regular price 5g $145
Sale price 5g $105

Regular price 15g $250
Sale price 15g $195



CHAMAEDOREA WOODSONIANA 5G
Chamaedorea woodsoniana 15g
Chamaedorea woodsoniana leaf
CHAMAEDOREA WOODSONIANA GARDEN


CHAMAEROPS CERIFERA
A BLUE MEDITERRANEAN FAN PALM
BUT, SMALLER MATURE SIZE

This interesting palm loves heat and is water conserving.  It's native to Morocco.  It behaves like the regular Chamaerops but is blue in color and never gets as tall.  About the tallest one I've seen in about six or seven feet tall.  It's cold hardy to about 15 degrees F.  The 5g plant size on sale can be shipped.  We have limited numbers.

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $90


Chamaerops cerifera 5g
Chamaerops cerifera garden


CHAMBEYRONIA HOOKERI
THE BLONDE FLAME THROWER PALM
YELLOW COLORED CROWN SHAFT


Similar to the C. macrocarpa below, this palm is known for its yellow to gold colored crown shaft.  It does throw a new red leaf and gets to a mature height of about 25 feet.  Leaves are green and thick in texture.  Part day sun works best in most areas.  Cold hardiness is the low 20's F.

Regular price 5g $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100

 
 Chambeyronia hookeri 5g


CHAMBEYRONIA HOOKERI

 For description, see above


Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sales price this size $50


Chambeyronia hookeri 1g


CHAMBEYRONIA MACROCARPA
THE FLAME THROWER PALM
NEWLY EMERGENT RED LEAF


Popular single trunk pinnate palm from New Caledonia that throws a new red leaf.  Slow growing, medium mature height to 25 feet, thick dark green leathery leaflets.  Just a gorgeous palm and many people's favorite species.  Cold tolerance into the lower 20's F.  Many grow this in full sun right on the coast.  In inland areas, give it filtered light or some morning sun. 

Regular price 5g $135
Sale price this size $100


Chambeyronia macrocarpa
Chambeyronia macrocarpa 15g
Chaambeyronia macrocarpa garden
Chambeyronia macrocarpa crown shaft
 
Chambeyronia macrocarpa new red leaf


COCCOTHRINAX BARBADENSIS
MEDIUM SIZED, NARROW TRUNK
VERY "CUTE PALM" WITH GREEN OR SILVER GREEN LEAVES


 We at the nursery are very proud that we offer a good selection of these interesting New World fan palms.  Coccothrinax are native to the Caribbean region.  This species, C. baradensis, gets to heights of about 30 feet in many decades.  Leaf color is green to silver-green and trunks are typically six inches thick or a bit more.  This species loves full hot sun and is cold tolerant into the mid-twenties F.  Many are growing it with good success.  In pots, all Coccothrinax are painfully slow.  Our plants are grown from seed which we germinate.  After a 6 month wait, one gets one small green strap leaf.  It takes 2 to 3 more years to get a fan-type leaf.  Thus, it's taken us about eight years to produce the 5g plants you see here.  In the ground they are much faster.


Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $115




COCCOTHRINAX BARBADENSIS 5G
COCCOTHRINAX BARBADENSIS



COCCOTHRINAX CRINITA
THE OLD MAN PALM
HAIRY TRUNK - FULL SUN SLOW GROWING MEDIUM SIZED FAN PALM


This interesting hairy trunk fan palm is native to Cuba.  It loves hot sun and is cold hardy into the upper twenties F.  Mature size is variable.  In habitat, they can get to fifteen feet but the tallest I've seen in Southern CA is about 8 feet.  The trunk is fibrous, about 6 to 8 inches thick but because of all the fibrous hairs it appears to be thicker.  We rarely have them available and growth rate is extremely slow.  The five gallon palm shown from seed is about ten years old.  We have very few of this species.


Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price this size $110


COCOTHRINAX CRINITA
Coccothrinax crinita
Coccothrinax crinita


COCONUT QUEEN
SYAGRUS SCHIZOPHYLLA X SYAGRUS ROMANZOFFIANA
FANTASTIC RARE HYBRID PALM - MEDIUM SIZE
EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO FIND


This hybrid palm was created by an elderly enthusiast in Thailand from Queen Palm pollen placed on receptive flowers of S. schizophylla.  The hybrid produced is beautiful and much prettier than either parent.  It really doesn't resemble either parent and is totally different than the Queen Palm.  It takes full sun, can be grown in some desert areas and only gets to a height of 20 to 25 feet.  It is lush and green and cold hardy to the lower 20's.   It is near impossible to find and will NOT be available in the future.  These are always expensive.  Last photo by J.I.

Regular price 5 gallon $185
Sale price 5 gallon $145

Regular price 24 inch box $750

Sale price 24 inch box $600


Coconut Queen 5g
Coconut Queen Palm 24 in box
Coconut Queen photo by JI


COPERNICIA HOSPITA
THE BLUE CUBAN WAX PALM

SINGLE TRUNK FAN PALM - STUNNING BLUE SPECIES
VERY RARE AND HARD TO FIND


This beautiful blue fan palm is native to Cuba. Mature trees carry a large number of blue, circular and pleated and flat leaves.  The trunk holds on to old leaf bases for a while but eventually is smooth with about a 12 inch diameter.  Many feel that this, along with other Copernicia, are some of the most beautiful of all fan palms.  Expect a mature height of 20 to 25 feet.  It wants full sun and is cold tolerant to at least a freeze.  We're putting juvenile one gallon on sale.  These are small but well worth your effort to be patient.  Be aware this is a slow growing species.


Regular price one gallon $75
Sale price one gallon $57.50



COPERNICIA HOSPITA 1G
COPERNICIA HOSPITA


COPERNICIA PRUNIFERA
THE CARNAUBA WAX PALM
WATER CONSERVING - LOVES HEAT AND SUN


This species is native to Brazil and is a single trunk fan palm with a not too large crown of leaves that are green in color.  Sometimes they'll be blue-green.  Overall height can get over fifty feet.  Old leaf bases can be adherent to the trunk making rough as shown in the last photo.  Economically, the leaves of this species produce a wax that makes carnauba wax.  The latter is marketed for various usages including car and shoe wax.  This palm wants heat and sun and is cold hardy to at least the lower 20's F.  We are offering our 5g plants on sale.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100


COPERNECIA PRUNIFERA 5G
Copernicia prunifera garden


CRYOSOPHILA STAURACANTHA
THE STAR PALM, ROOT SPINE PALM
MEDIUM HEIGHT - WHITE BACK TO FAN LEAVES

Medium sized tropical fan palm with prominent white color to the back of the leaves.  Some call this the "Star Palm" because of its brilliant white color and shape overhead.  'It has wide, separated segments.  Mature height 20 feet.  Unusual spine-like roots can develop on the trunk.  Filtered light or part sun is preferred.  Cold hardy to a freeze or perhaps a few degrees lower.  Shown is our 5 gallon size.


Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Cryosophila stauracantha
Cryosophila stauracantha underside leaf 5g
Cryosophylla stauracntha TS RPS


CYPHOPHOENIX ELEGANS

SLENDER & MEDIUM SIZED PALM FROM NEW CALEDONIA
RE-CURVED LEAVES, THINK TRUNK, EXOTIC

This attractive palm is from New Caledonia and is single trunk, crown-shafted and very sought after in most localities.  It is cold hardy into the mid to upper 20's F. and is best grown in partial sun or strong filtered light.  It is medium sized mature (20 feet), has a thin trunk and green curved leaves.  It's highly recommended.


Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110



Cyphophoenix elegans 5g
Cyphophoenix elegans garden


CYPHOPHOENIX NUCELE
RARE PALM FROM NEW CALEDONIA
MEDIUM HEIGHT WITH THIN TRUNK AND SILVER CROWN SHAFT
EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO FIND, ESPECIALLY WITH ANY SIZE


Cyphophoenix nucele is from Lifou Island, gets to a height of twenty-five to thirty feet and takes strong filtered light or part day sun in most coastal areas.  It has a thin trunk with lots of silver color.  Leaves tend to be upright as opposed to C. elegans where the leaves are more arched.  Estimate of cold tolerance is into the mid to upper twenties F.  The 15g on sale are very large for their pots.  As mentioned, near impossible to find.  Only a few left.


Regular price 15 gallon $300
Sale price 15 gallon $240

Cyphophoenix nucele 15g
Cyphophoenix nucele


DICTYOSPERMA ALMBUM RUBRUM
THE PRINCESS OR HURRICANE PALM
MEDIUM SIZE, THIN TRUNK, GRAY OR WHITE CROWN SHAFT


This palm species is known for being wind tolerant.  It gets to about 20 to 25 feet, has a think trunk with curved green leaves and a whitish crown shaft.  It tolerates full sun along the coast and is cold tolerant into the upper 20's F.  It is called "rubrum" because young plants have some red color to the leaves.  It is difficult to find in a nursery.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100



Dictyosperma album rubrum 5g
DICTYOSPERMA ALMBUM RUBRUM garden


DICTYOSPERMA FURFURACEUM
NOW KNOWN AS DICTYOSPERMA ALBUM VARIETY CONJUGATUM
SMALLER SPECIES, WHITE-SILVER CROWN SHAFT
NEAR EXTINCT IN THE WILD


Among taxonomists, Dictyosperma is known as a "monotypic" genus.  This means there is only one species.  Older varietal names such as "rubrum" and "furfuraceum" are out.  Now the taxonomist say there are three varieties of Dictyosperma album - and the prior variety called "rubrum" apparently is grouped with the aureum present type variety.

Currently there are three varieties of D. album:

Dictyosperma album variety album
Dictyosperma album variety aureum
Dictyosperma album variety conjugatum

What we've known as D. furfuraceum is now called D. album variety conjugatum.  This is the smallest species of the group and gets to mature heights of ten to fifteen feet.  It's from Round Island.  Reports are that it is critically endangered with only a few plants remaining in the wild.  It has a definite white powdery color to leaf stems and to the crown shaft.

It's near impossible to find the Dictyosperma conjugatum for sale.  Previously we had some old specimens but those are long gone. We're offering you plants in 2 gallon pots presently on special.  Only a few are left for sale.  The great garden photos are by Tim Rann

Regular price 2 gallon $95
Sale price 2 gallon $72.50



DICTYOSPERMA FURFURACEA 2G
Dictyosperma furfuraceum var. conjugatum photo by TimRann
Dictyosperma furfuraceum var. conjugatum photo 2 by TimRann


DYPSIS ALBOFARINOSA
SHORTER SUCKERING PALM FROM MADAGASCAR
STUNNING WHITE CROWN SHAFTS

This rare Madagascar palm gets to a height typically not over ten feet.  Trunks are thin (2 to 3 inches) and ringed.  It has a white crown shaft and sucker producing multiple trunks.  Trunks can develop a blackish color below the white crown shaft as they mature.  It is similar to other Dypsis species and takes part day sun and is cold hardy into the mid-twenties F.  Some garden photos by AI - PACSOA.


Regular price 1 gallon $70
Sale price this size $55


Dypsis albofarinosa 1g
Dypsis albofarinosa by AI PACSOA
 DYPSIS ALBOFARINOSA
DYPSIS ALBOFARINOSA AL PASOA


DYPSIS BARONII
SUCKERING MEDIUM SIZED MADAGASCAR PALM
PART DAY SUN OR STRONG FILTERED LIGHT

Lately there's been a shortage of this rare Madagascar palm.  It is a suckering species with thin trunks of about three to five inch diameters (mature).  Leaves are green and are typically flat.  Crown shaft color can be red, yellow or whitish.  We recommend part day sun or filtered light for best results.  Cold tolerance is into the mid, possibly low 20's F.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100

 
Dypsis baronii 5g
Dypsis baronii garden
Dypsis baronii garden2


DYPSIS DECARYI
THE TRIANGLE PALM
MEDIUM HEIGHT - LOVES SUN
SALE ON HUGE 3 G PLANTS

The triangle palm is native to Madagascar and gets to a mature height of a bit over twenty feet.  The crown shaft is colorful and has three sides (tristichous)- thus the common name.  Leaves are gray-green and somewhat arching.  Growth rate is medium.  This is a sun loving palm with a cold hardiness to about 25 degrees.  Mature size in the ground is about 22 feet.  We're offering three sizes below on Sale.  All are nicely sized for thier containers. 

Regular price 3 gallon $125
Sale price 3 gallon $90

Regular price 15g $235
Sale price 15g $180

Regular price 24 inch box $675
Sale price 24 inch box $525




Dypsis decaryi 3g
Dypsis decaryi 15g 
DYPSIS DECARYI 24 inch box 

DYPSIS HETEROMORPHA
HIGHLAND SUGAR CANE PALM
MEDIUM SIZED SUCKERING PALM FROM MADAGASCAR
TRISTICHOUS ARRANGEMENT OF THE LEAVES

This relatively recent introduction to the palm market is from Madagascar.  It is a suckering palm that gets to a height of about twelve feet with 4 inch thick trunks.  Leaves are green, keeled and recurved at their ends.  The proximal leaf stems and the crown shaft are covered with red colored hairs.  Leaflets are thin and prominently veined.  It is a sun palm along the coast and has a cold hardiness below a freeze, probably into the upper twenties F.  Most enthusiasts have found this palm to be a good grower.  The garden specimen below is from the garden of Matt Bradford, La Mesa, CA.  All photos by him.  The 5 gallon plants were repotted from 1g into 5g well over a year ago.


Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100


 
DYPSIS HETEROMORHA 5G 
DYPSIS HETEROMORHA  


DYPSIS LASTELLIANA
ANOTHER RED AND FUZZY CROWN SHAFTED PALM
NATIVE TO MADAGASCAR

This species is from Madagascar and larger than Dypsis leptocheilos below.  It has a red, semi-fuzzy crown shaft with a white/silver trunk.  Also, it is larger in size with a thicker trunk compared to the Teddy Bear Palm.  Also, it's not quite as cold hardy but can be grown in this locality.  Mature heights are 25 feet.  It'll take part or full sun on the coast.

Regular price band size $60
Sale price this size $45

 
Dypsis lastelliana band
 
DYPSIS LASTELLIANA gaarden 


DYPSIS LEPTOCHEILOS
THE TEDDY BEAR PALM
RUSTY COLORED FUZZY CROWN SHAFT

This desirable Madagascar palm is medium sized mature with a thin white/silver trunk, has pinnate leaves and gets to a height of about 25 feet.  It's hallmark is the rusty brown colored fuzzy to the touch crown shaft - thus the common name.  Along the coast it tolerates full sun or can take part day sun.  Cold hardiness is in the mid-twenties F.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sales price 15 gallon $100

 
 
Dypsis leptocheilos 5g
Dypsis lepotocheilos
Dypsis lepotocheilos2


DYPSIS LANCEOLATA
NATIVE TO COMORO ISLANDS
USUALLY A SUCKERING PALM

This suckering palm species from the Comoro Islands near Madagascar is ideal for filtered light.  It produces stems about three inches in diameter and typically gets to a height of about fifteen feet in many years.  It usually does sucker but, in my experience, has a limited number of trunks.  Sometimes plants remain single trunk.  The crown shaft areas of large plants often shown an assortment of colors including silver, brown and green.  Leaflets are wide and leaves are a bit keeled.  It has prominent rings on the trunk.

Regular price 15 gallon $145
Sale price 15g $110

Dypsis lanceolata 15g
DYPSIS LANCEOLATA 


DYPSIS LUTESCENS
THE ARECA OR GOLDEN CANE PALM
A GREAT "NEIGHBOR BLOCKING" PALM SPECIES

This suckering medium sized palm is native to various countries including Madagascar, Comoros Islands and Pemba Islands.  It has a shorter stature if you grow it in our area.  Maximal height is usually about 13 to 15 feet, rarely taller.  Trunks are about 2 to 3 inches thick and leaves are green.  There is a yellow color to the leaf bases and leaf stems.  It wants coastal sun or strong filtered light.  Cold hardiness is about 24 degrees F.  In a series, it creates a great botanical barrier that's difficult to see through.  Below are 3 gallon plants but we usually have 7g, 15g and 20g plants available (see below for 20g size).

Regular price 15g $250
Sale price 15g $200 (note - only a few left)



Dypsis lutescens 15g
Dypsis lutescens garden


DYPSIS ONILAHENSIS
SUPER ATTRACTIVE PALM FROM MADAGASCAR
SUCKERING OR SINGLE TRUNK - GOOD FOR COASTAL SUN

This very popular Dypsis from Madagascar is usually a suckering palm but occasionally single trunk.  It has leaves that are either flat in cross section or droopy with leaflets hanging downwards.  Leaves are green.  Trunks are silver green with silver crown shafts.  It takes full coastal sun and gets to a height of fifteen to twenty feet.  Cold hardiness is in the low 20's F.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Dypsis onilahensis 5g
Dypsis onilahensis


DYPSIS PEMBANA
RARE, GOOD SIZED SUCKERING PALM FROM PEMBA ISLAND

WILL TAKE FULL COASTAL SUN


This is probably the tallest of the suckering Dypsis plants.  It is native to Pemba Island, an island between Madagascar and Africa.  It can reach heights of 25 to 30 feet and has rather husky, prominently ringed green to silver trunk.  Trunk diameter is about 6-8 inches, the crown shaft is green to silver, and leaves are slightly re-curved.  We're putting 5 gallons on sale.  This is a very popular species but be aware, there is also a single trunk form of this species.

Regular price 5g $145
Sale price 5g $110



Dypsis pembana 5g
 
DYPSIS PEMBANA GARDEN 


DYPSIS PRESTONIANA 
RARE MADAGASCAR PALM
SINGLE TRUNK, MEDIUM SIZE MATURE


This is an extremely rare single trunk pinnate palm from Madagascar with a mature height of about 30 - 40 feet, plumose leaves and a different appearance.  It has a medium thickness trunk and takes full sun.  Cold tolerance to just below a freeze.  Habitat photo by John Dransfield.

Regular price 2 gallon $75 (rare)
Sale price this size $55 




Dypsis prestoniana 5g
DYPSIS PRESTONIANA JOHN DRANSFIELD 

DYPSIS PLUMOSA
RARE THIN TRUNK MADAGASCAR PALM
MEDIUM SIZE, FULL SUN

This is a rare single trunk pinnate palm from Madagascar that gets to a mature height of about twenty feet and has a silver crown shaft.  Leaves are "fluffy" (plumose) and the canopy is not large.  Mature height about 15 feet.  It has reasonable cold hardiness to the low 20's F. and takes full coastal sun.  We are putting our 15g size on sale - height about 10 feet in the pot.  We also have a few multiples.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110

DYPSIS PLUMOSA
DYPSIS PLUMOSA
 
Dypsis pembana garden 

 

DYPSIS SPECIES ORANGE CRUSH
A BEAUTIFUL DYPSIS WITH NO SPECIES NAME
MANY TIMES SPORTS AN ORANGE CROWN SHAFT
MEDIUM MATURE HEIGHT - EXOTIC AND SOUGHT AFTER


This is another exotic species that is near impossible to find.  It is native to Madagascar, gets to a mature height of about 20 feet, has an 8 inch thick trunk and, most appealing, is the smooth orange colored crown shaft. (see last photo).  We have available some 2 gallon plants.  It is recommended that you grow this one for a year or two before planting.  At one point, orange crush was felt to be Dypsis pululifera.  But, that was proven incorrect by taxonomists.  It presently has not species name.  I'd start it in strong filtered light or slowly acclimate it to some sun.  Cold tolerance is probably not much below a freeze. The last photo was taken by TS at RPS.

Regular price 2 gallon (nicely sized) $85
Sales price 2 gallon $65



DYPSIS SPECIES "ORANGE CRUSH" 2G
DYPSIS SPECIES "ORANGE CRUSH" ts rps


EUTERPE EDULIS
A FORM OF THE "ACAI" BERRY PALM
MEDIUM SIZE PALM WITH THIN TRUNK

This palm species makes seeds which are the source of the "Acai berry juice".  This species makes large numbers of dark purple seeds, so it's no surprise that it is loaded with antioxidant properties and someone would market it.  Euterpe edulis is a fast growing, thin trunked, pinnate palm with a long colorful crown shaft.  Crown shaft color varies from green to a mahogany brown.  This species is native to Brazil and northern Argentina.  It is cold hardy into the mid-twenties F.  It prefers to start as a younger plant in strong filtered light and work its way into the sun

Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sale price 1 gallon $50


Euterpe edulis 1g
Euterpe edulis garden


HEDYSCEPE CANTERBURYANA
BEAUTIFUL MEDIUM SIZED PALM WITH SILVER CROWN SHAFT

BIG MOUNTAIN OR UMBRELLA PALM

This sought after single trunk palm gets to about 20 feet height, has an umbrella shaped canopy of leaves, a silver ringed trunk, and produces large red fruit.  It comes from the mountains on Lord Howe Island, the home of the Kentia Palm.  Leaves are green and re-curved.  It is stunningly beautiful and tolerates coastal sun and temperatures to about 24 degrees F.  These plants are huge for a 15g and 12 years or more old!  As this species is slow growing, it's next to impossible to this species other than as a seedling.  Very limited numbers are available.

Regular price these 5g $150
Sale price this size $115


Hedyscepe canterburyana
Hedyscepe canterburyana garden
Hedyscepe canterburyana garden2


HOWEA BELMOREANA
THE SENTRY OR UMBRELLA PALM
THE RARE TYPE OF KENTIA PALM

This species of single trunk, "non-crown shafted" pinnate palm is native to medium elevations on Lord Howe Island.  At one time is was possible to import seeds of this desirable palm along with Hedyscepe and Lepidorrhachis.  Because of conservation laws, the island can no longer legally export seeds or seedlings.  This has created a shortage of the more rare species from this locality.   Howea belmoreana is different from the Howea forsteriana (classic Kentia Palm) as it has curved leaves and an umbrella-shaped crown.  It also might be a bit more cold hardy.  It prefers filtered light or a little sun inland and can take more sun right on the coast.  Cold tolerance is about 24 degrees F. 

Regular price 15 gallon $250
Sales price this size $195

HOWEA BELMOREANA 15g
Howea belmoreana garden


HOWEA FORSTERIANA
THE KENTIA PALM
SINGLE TRUNK - CAN TAKE FULL COASTAL SUN

This popular single trunk palm is tropical appearing, has green leaves and gets to a height of thirty feet in thirty years.  Leaves and leaflets tend to droop.  It also makes a great patio or interior palm.  Cold tolerance is about 25 degrees F.  In inland areas, it wants filtered light or part day sun.  Of note, it is often planted with several in a pot.  For this reason, people think it suckers, but it does not.  We have an assortment of sizes on sale as below.  Some are singles and others multiples.  We also have a limited number of interior quality Kentia Palms (not shown here).

Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sale price this size $50

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5g $90

Regular price large 15 gallon size $400
Sale price 15 gallon $300

Also, we have 25 gallon and 24 inch boxed sizes on sale as well.

 
 
Howeas forsteriana 5g
Howea forsteriana 15 and 25g side by side
15g on left, 25g on right
Howea forsteriana


HYOPHORBE VERSCHAFFELTII
THE SPINDLE PALM
SEMI-DWARF MATURE, LOVES HOT SUN

The Spindle Palm is a super attractive crown shafted palm that, in many decades, gets to almost twenty feet high.  It has a cigar shaped trunk with a bulge in the middle of the trunk.  Contrast this to its sister plant, The Bottle Palm, which gets swollen at the base of the trunk.  The Spindle Palm is cold hardy only into the upper twenties F.  But, this is more cold tolerant for sure than the Bottle Palm.  It wants full sun. 

Regular price 15g $275
Sales price this size $$220


BTW, I get calls several times a week about folks that want a Bottle Palm.  I can say from experience that the Bottle Palm does poorly in Southern CA and never really looks good or dies here.  The Spindle Palm is a much better choice and will do well in many areas..


 
Hyophorbe verschafeltii 15g


JUBAEA CHILENSIS
THE CHILEAN WINE PALM
FATTEST TRUNK OF ANY PALM IN THE WORLD
LIKES FULL SUN AND IS QUITE COLD HARDY


Native to Chile, this slow growing pinnate palm gets the fattest trunk of any palm.  Trunk diameters can reach up to four feet.  Mature height can be over forty feet in fifty years.  In a container, growth is unbearably slow.  To get a nice 15 gallon takes seven to ten years.  They do grow a bit faster in the ground.  It takes full sun and is cold hardy to sixteen degrees F.  Plants offered in the 15g size below have a basal diameter of four to six inches.


Regular price band $60
Sale price band $45


Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $90

Regular price 15gallon (4 to 6 inch base) $350

Sale price 15 gallon this size $265




Jubaea chilensis band
Jubaea chilensis 5g
Jubaea chilensis 15g
Jubaea chilensis garden

 

KENTIOPSIS OLIVIFORMIS
RARE SINGLE TRUNK PINNATE PALM FROM NEW CALEDONIA
EASY TO GROW AND TAKES FULL COASTAL SUN

This appealing single trunk palm from New Caledonia is a good grower for most and, along the coastal strip, can take full sun.  Mature height is about twenty five feet.  It has a medium diameter trunk and its leaves are held in an upright fashion.  Cold tolerance is about twenty five degrees F. or a bit lower.


Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sales price 5 gallon $105



Kentiopsis oliviformis 5g
KENTIOPSIS OLIVIFORMIS 


LACCOSPADIX AUSTRALASICA (MOUNTAIN FORM)
SUCKERING MEDIUM SIZED AUSTRALIAN PALM
IMAGINE A SUCKERING KENTIA PALM THAT'S SMALLER

This is a suckering palm that has gets a height of about fifteen feet, has trunks about 3 to 4 inches in diameter and green leaves.  Each stalk looks like a miniature Kentia Palm.  It's native to Australia and can be grown in part or full coastal sun.  New leaves are often a light red.  Cold hardiness is mid to low 20's F.  Note that there are other varieties of this species not on sale presently.  This variety also seems to have the best cold hardiness (as it comes from higher elevation) of the various types.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $105


 
Laccospadix australasica 5g 
Laccospadix autralasica garden


LIVISTONA SARIBUS
TROPICAL FAN PALM
FULL CIRCLE OF LEAFLETS, MEDIUM TO TALL AND BLUE FRUIT

This medium to tall fan palm is native to southeast Asia.  It can get to heights of thirty-five feet or more.  It is an interesting palm that is easy to grow and has a very ornamental leaf with deep divisions of the segments.  Its segment almost make a complete circle.  Leaf color is green.  The spines on the petioles tend to be dark in color and dramatic, usually the thing most people remember most about this species.  Another interesting thing is that the seed fruit is blue in color.  It is a sun species and cold hardy into the mid-twenties at least. 

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100


Regular price 15gallon $235
Sale price 15 gallon $185



Livistona saribus 5g
Livistona saribus 15g
Livistona saribus garden


PHOENIX RUPICOLA
THE CLIFF DATE PALM
ONE OF THE PRETTIEST DATE PALMS

This medium sized Phoenix is single trunked and native to India.  It gets to a height of about 25 feet with green leaves.  Leaf stems, like all Date Palms, are armed with needle-like spines.  Leaves have a soft appearance compared to other large Phoenix like the Canary Island Palm or Senegal Date Palm.  Leaves are green and gently arch.  It is fairly difficult to find.  It wants full sun and is cold hardy down to the low 20's F.

Regular price 5g $135
Sale price 5g $100

Regular price 15g $235
Sale price 15g $185


Phoenix rupicola 5g
Phoenix rupicola 15g
PHOENIX RUPICOLA garden 


PHOENIX RUPICOLA HYBRID
SEEDS FROM LARGE FEMALE RUPICOLA
SHOULD BE AN INTERESTING CROSS

These young plants were from seeds of a fruiting Phoenix rupicola.  However, there was no male rupicola in the area.  So, we know it's a hybrid.  But, we don't know what it's crossed with.  It could end up being a single trunk or suckering palm.  But, it should show vigor and an interesting and different appearance.  Anticipate it'll want sun and be fairly cold hardy.

Regular price these large band plants $70
Sale price this size, very large bands $55


Phoenix rupicola hybrid laarge  band


PINANGA CORONATA

AKA PINANGA KUHLII
LUSH AND TROPICAL, MID-SIZE, SUCKERING GREEN TROPICAL PALM
FILTERED LIGHT OR A BIT OF COASTAL SUN


This is a lush tropical suckering green palm that, in our locality, gets to a height of about twelve feet.  It is native to Indonesia and has green leaflets that are sometimes mottled with dark and lighter areas.  It wants filtered light and is cold hardy to about 28 degrees F.  Trunks are about 2 inches thick and the crownshaft is cream colored.  It's a great addition to any garden.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100


 
Pinanga coronata 5g
Pinanga coronata / kuhlii


PINANGA JAVANA
EXOTIC SINGLE TRUNK GREEN PINNATE PALM
MEDIUM HEIGHT - FILTERED LIGHT
LUSH AND EXOTIC PALM


This is a species of single trunk Pinanga that does fairly well in Southern California.  It gets to a height of about twelve feet and has exotic green leaves with wide leaflets.  The trunk is thicker than Pinanaga coronata above and can get to about 4 inches thick with a swollen crown shaft.  Leaflets are a bit irregular in width.  It wants filtered light and is cold hardy into the upper twenties F.  It's another great understory palm for our area.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Pinanga javana 5g
pinanga javana garden

 

POLYANDROCOCOS CAUDESCENS
AKA ALLAGOPTERA CAUDESCENS
MEDIUM TO LARGE PINNATE PALM
SILVER BACK TO THE LEAVES 

This is a single trunk species from Brazil.  Polyandrococos is a monotypic genus with only one species.  More recently a taxonomist grouped it with Allagoptera. Its height is variable, depending on conditions.  However, some trees can get up to thirty feet tall.  The trunk is medium sized, about twelve inches thick, with no crown shaft.  The leaves are eight to ten feet long and very silver underneath. It also has gorgeous clusters or orange colored (mature) seeds that are the color of orange sherbet ice cream.  This is a very rare plant and hard to find. 

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110


Polyandrococos caudescens 5g
POLYANDROCOCOS CAUDESCENS garden


PRESTOEA MONTANA
AKA PRESTOEA ACUMINATA
NATIVE TO PUERTO RICO

Prestoea is a genus that is very closely related to another palm genus, Euterpe.  It is found in the Caribbean, Central and South America.  Essentially all Euterpe are crown shafted palms.  Many of the Prestoea are not.  There are also distinctions between the flowers of these two genera.  Also, many of the Prestoea are suckering.  But, there is one that is single trunk.  This is Prestoea montana, native to mountainous areas of Puerto Rico.  The hallmarks of this species are its wide and very shiny green leaves, its somewhat slender trunk and its overall beautiful appearance.  Plant heights can reach forty feet or more.  This species should be grown in part day sun or filtered light.  I'd estimate its cold tolerance is down to about a freeze or a bit less.  Note that this species has historically been known as "Prestoea montana" but in more recent years has been considered a variety of P. acuminata.

Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sale price 1 gallon $50

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 1 gallon $95


Prestoea montana 1g
Prestoea montana 5g
Prestoea montana

PRITCHARDIA MARTII
GREEN HAWAIIAN FAN PALM
MEDIUM SIZE - RUSTY UNDERSIDE TO LEAVES

This Hawaiian Fan Palm is native to the island of Oahu in HI and typically gets to a height of ten to fifteen feet in Southern CA but can attain heights to thirty feet in habitat.  It is a single trunk palm with a trunk diameter of about a foot.  Leaves are green and rather flat.  Their underside has a rusty brown or copper color secondary to tomentum hairs.  It tolerates full sun along the coast.  Far inland areas should give it limited sun.  Cold tolerance is into the mid-twenties F.  It is a somewhat difficult species to find.  The 5g we're putting on sale.  These can be mail ordered, weather permitting.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110

Pritchardia martii 5g
Pritchardia martii garden
Pritchardia martii garden2


PRITCHARDIA MINOR
A SMALLER HAWAIIAN FAN PALM
MEDIUM SIZE, TAKES COASTAL SUN


This species is native to Hawaii, and is commonly considered one of the prettiest types we can grow.  Of the many Pritchardia that we grow, this is one of the smaller species.  Trunks are usually under 8 inches thick, leaves are not large and mature height is almost always under 20 feet.  For its stature it has large leaves, which are flat and often covered with a fine, white tomentum on the underside.  It takes full sun along the coast. 

Regular price  5 gallon $145
Sales price this size $110


 Pritchardia minor 5g
Pritchaardia minor San Diego


PRITCHARDIA MUNROII
ANOTHER MEDIUM SIZED GREEN HAWAIIAN FAN PALM
RARE, ENDANGERED EASY TO GROW

This green fan palm is quite easy to grow and tolerates coastal sun.  It is extremely rare and critically endangered and from the island of Molokai.  It is a medium sized palm and gets to a height of about fifteen feet with an eight inch trunk.  The leaves are green on top with perhaps a hint of whitish fuzz below.  The petioles are green with the same hint of white fuzz.  As you can see, the leaves are flat with little undulation.  Along the coast it will tolerate full sun.  Cold tolerance should be about 25 degrees. We’re offering oversized 5 gallon on Sale.

Regular price these large 5 gallon $145
Sale price these large 5 gallon $110


PRITCHARDIA MUNROI 5g
PRITCHARDIA MUNROI


PRITCHARDIA NAPALIENSIS
ONE OF THE LOULU PALMS NATIVE TO HAWAII
SUPER RARE GREEN FAN PALM
GROWS ON THE HIGH CLIFFS ABOVE THE OCEAN IN KAUAI


There are, as described by Don Hodel, botanist, 26 species of Pritchardia.  Of these, 23 are native to Islands of the Hawaiian chain of islands.  This species is native to the oceanfront mountainous habitat of the Napali Coast, just adjacent to the Pacific Ocean.  It is found up to heights of 2000 feet above sea level.  It is a single trunk species that is rarely seen in gardens.  Mature height is 20 to 30 feet.  Leaves are green, flat and wedge shaped.  It is most closely related to Pritchardia minor.  Of note, in Hawaii, all Pritchardia are often referred to as Loulu Palms.  It extremely difficult to view this palm in habitat without a many hour journey up the mountains to the Pacific coast.  It does well here locally for enthusiasts and tolerates full sun.  Cold hardiness appears to be in the mid-twenties F.  We're offering 3 gallon size on this super rare species.  The first specimen photo is from habibat and by P. Goltra, Palmpedia and the next two photos are by Kyle Wicomb.

Regular price these 3 gallon $135
Sale price 3 gallon $100   


PRITCHARDIA NAPALIENSIS 3g
Pritchardia napaliensis habitat by P. Goltra Palmpedia
Pritchardia napaliensis NTBG Kauai, kyle wicomb
Pritchardia napaliensis NTBG Kauai, kyle wicomb


PRITCHARDIA SPECIES
THE HAWAIIAN PALMS
AN ASSORTMENT OF SPECIES TO CHOOSE FROM
OLD AND HUGE MONSTER 15 GALLON


Pritchardia are a single trunk tropical fan palm.  They are native to Hawaii and some Pacific Islands.  We only grow the Hawaiian varieties as they are more cold hardy.  We have about ten species, all from Hawaii.  They are huge plants in 15g pots.  Some have been moved into boxes.  All our 15g size are very large for their containers, many way overhead in their pots.  Below are example species.  It is representative and, as you can see, no other nursery offers Pritchardias this big in 15g pots.  Mature heights and appearances depend on species chosen, but expect a medium height and a cold tolerance of about 25 degrees.  Tolerate coastal sun and have been outdoor grown.  The 15 gallon we're offering are about 15 years old and begging to get into the garden or a larger pot.  The 25g below are the same batch that were merely repotted into 25 gallon containers.  On the 15 gallons, we have about eight species available.

Regular price these huge 15g $400
Sales price these plants, this size $300

Pritchardia species
Pritchardia species2
Pritchardia species3
Pritchardia species4


PRITCHARDIA SPECIES
THE HAWAIIAN PALMS
AN ASSORTMENT OF SPECIES TO CHOOSE FROM
OLD AND VERY LARGE 25 GALLON, ASSORTED SPECIES


Pritchardia:  For description, see above.  We have about five species of Pritchardia this size.
Most are about 15 years old, many with a foot or two of trunk.

Regular price extremely large 25g $575
Sales price this size Pritchardia $450


PRITCHARDIA SPECIES 25g
PRITCHARDIA SPECIES 25g2
PRITCHARDIA SPECIES 25g3
Pritchardia sp. 25g4


PTYCHOSPERMA SOLOMONENSE
SIMILAR TO P. ELEGANS ABOVE
THINK TRUNK, WIDE LEAFLETS

This species is quite similar in appearance to Ptychosperma elegans above but has wider green leaflets.  The trunk is thin, leaves are arching and mature height is 25 to 30 feet.  We'd recommend starting in strong filtered light and let it grow into the sun.  Cold tolerance is down to about a freeze.  It is rare to find this species for sale.  The garden specimen is by Pete from Australia c/o Palmpedia.

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $90

 
Ptychosperma solomonense 5g
Ptychosperma solomonense by Pete Australia Palmpedia


RAVENEA GLAUCA
MEDIUM SIZED MADAGASCAR PALM
SOFT GREEN LEAVES

Many folks like plants that don't have a super thick trunk and don't get too tall.  Such is the case with this species.  Ravenea glauca is native to Madagascar, has a thin six inch trunk and gets to a height of about 25 feet.  Leaves are green and leaf stems are un-armed.  Some people consider this palm to be like a large Pygmy Date but without the spines!  It is a full sun plant in most areas and cold hardy to the upper teens to low 20's F.  Growth rate is pretty good.  It is a very durable plant and easy to grow.  Limited availability.

Regular price 1 gallon $70
Sale price this size $55

Ravenea glauca 1g
 Ravenea glauca garden


RAVENEA RIVULARIS
THE MAJESTY PALM
IN THE GARDEN OR AN INTERIOR PALM

Well grown, the Majesty Palm is a very attractive and fast growing palm from Madagascar.  It got a bad rap initially because people didn't water them enough and rarely fed them.  This resulted in bleached out leaf color and anemic appearing palms.  But, given adequate water and a balanced fertilizer with mircroelements, they are easy to grow and look great.  Mature height is over 40 feet.  The trunk is clean and tapers as you look up the trunk.  Leaf color is green and leaves are un-armed.  Cold tolerance is into the twenties F.  Full sun along the coast is preferred.  They can be used as an interior palm.

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price this size $90


Ravenea rivularis 5g
Ravenea rivularis garden


RHAPIDOPHYLLUM HYSTRIX
THE NEEDLE PALM - A SMALL SUCKERING SPECIES
WORLD'S MOST COLD HARDY PALM SPECIES!


This dwarf fan palm is known for its super cold hardiness - down to 0 degrees F - and for the long black needles on it's rough trunk.  It does sucker and forms a clump of individual plants.  Mature height is about six to seven feet.  It tolerates both coastal full sun and strong filtered light.  It qualifies as one of the shorter palm trees around.  BTW, the 45 gallon below is fruiting, making seeds and the biggest specimen we've ever offered for sale.  Age estimated at 30 years.

Regular price 5 gallon $95
Sale price this size $65

Regular price 45 gallon (impossible to find in So Cal this size) $850
Sale price this 45 gallon $675


Rhapidophylum hystrix 5g
Rhapidophylum hystrix 45 gallon
Rhapidophylum hystrix


RHAPIS EXCELSA
THE LADY PALM
FILTERED LIGHT FAN PALM - USUALLY UNDER EIGHT FEET TALL


This is a semi-dwarf suckering fan palm that likes filtered light and rarely gets over eight feet.  It is very slow growing with a cold hardiness to the upper teens F.  Mature height is 7 to 8 feet.  Rarely they'll get taller.  If you want a sun tolerant or taller Rhapis, consider Rhapis humilisRaphis excelsa is a great patio or interior plant.  The 15g plants (one shown below) are very nice, ready for home usage.  We are also offering 1g, 5g and 25g sizes on Sale.  As they are very slow growing, this species is never available at a cheap price.  The 15 gallon shown here are at least 8 years old and the 25g are about 15 years old. 


Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sale price 1 gallon $52.50

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $35

Regular price 15 gallon $375
Sale price 15 gallon $285

Regular price 25 gallon $750
Sale price 25 gallon $575


Rhapis excelsa 1 and 5 gallon
One gallon on left, 5 gallon on right
Rhapis excelsa 5g
Rhapis excelsa 15g
Rhapis excelsa 25g
Rhapis excelsa in garden
Rhapis excelsa in garden2


RHAPIS EXCELSA
RARE AND UNUSUAL VARIEGATED FORMS
REAL COLLECTOR PLANTS

ONE & SOME 2 GALLON ON SALE


At our website we have an article about these "Gems of the Orient".  Most are clones or varieties of Rhapis excelsa are under six feet mature.  They are considered dwarf fan palms.  As they don't make variegated seed/seedlings (this is a genetic mutation which is rarely expressed through seed), the only way to get one is to get divisions off a larger plant.  We have an assortment of sizes and are putting our one and some 2 gallons on sale.  These can be mail ordered.  They grow inside the home or in filtered light outdoors and are fairly cold hardy.  The first photo shows the leaf of an older, mature plant.  Of note, we have 1 gallon to 20 gallon plants for sale.  The plants on sale are small with some vertical trunk on some.  All are from divisions off a mother plant.  Please note these are near impossible to find.

ALL SIZES OF VARIEGATED RHAPIS 20% OFF REGULAR PRICES


RHAPIS EXCELSA variegated 
RHAPIS EXCELSA variegated 

 

RHAPIS MULTIFIDA
A RARE TYPE OF LADY PALM
NARROW STEMS AND LEAFLETS
ONE OF THE BEST PALMS FOR INSIDE
GREAT GARDEN PLANT AS WELL

I haven't been able to offer this superior fan palm as they have not been available for over five years.  But, we do have one or two very old plants that we were holding in stock and have decided to sell.  This is a very rare type of Lady Palm.  This species is from China and is often mistaken for Rhapis humilus.  But, it is a smaller species, getting to about 8 feet tall whereas humilus gets about twice as tall.  It performs well inside the home or office and also is quite easy to grow outside in filtered light.  The stems of multifida are much more attractive than the common Lady Palm, Rhapis excelsa.  It also carries more leaflets per leaf than the Lady Palm and is overall a more attractive plant.  The leaflets are narrow and come to a point like Rhapis humilus.  Side by side, the majority of our customers prefer the Rhapis multifida to the Rhapis excelsa.  Cold hardiness is into the mid-twenties or lower, F.  Outdoors, this species prefers filtered light.   One must be careful not to give Rhapis too much fertilizer or leaf burn may occur.  WE have two sizes available that we're putting on Sale. 


Regular price 5 gallon $195
Sale price 5 gallon $155

Regular price 25 gallon $775
Sale price 25 gallon $600



RHAPIS MULTIFIDA 5G
Rhapis mutifida 25g
Rhapis multifida 25g3
Rhapis multifida leaf2
RHAPIS MULTIFIDA
RHAPIS MULTIFIDA



RHOPALOSTYLIS BAUERI
NORFOLK ISLAND PALM
BEAUTIFUL PINNATE PALM WITH ARCHING LEAVES


This slow growing single trunk palm is native to Norfolk Island off the coast of Australia.  It gets to a mature height of about twenty-five feet and has a prominent green crown shaft.  If not blasted by sun, the trunk remains green with prominent rings.  Leaves are arching and petioles a brownish-green.  It prefers part day sun along the coast and is cold hardy to the low 20's F.  We're putting our 5g on sale.  They are very nice for their pot size.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sales price 5 gallon $100

Regular price 15g $235
Sale price 15 gallon $185


Rhopalostylis baueri 5g2
Rhopalostylis baueri
Rhopalostylis baueri


RHOPALOSTYLIS CHEESEMANII
MEDIUM SIZED - GRACEFUL & BEAUTIFUL PALM
SINGLE TRUNK – NICE GREEN CROWN SHAFT

Of the Shaving Brush Palm family, this is the hardest one to find.  And, many think it's the prettiest and most desirable species.  Some consider it to be a variety of R. baueri.  We like to consider it a species.  Native to Raoul Island, an island well off the eastern side of New Zealand, this species has a medium sized trunk and reaches a height of twenty five feet.  The crown shaft is gorgeous but not as swollen as R. sapida.  I have some customers who report the crown shaft being a purple color.  On younger plants the leaf stems may shown colors of red to purple.  With age they are a brown-green.  Leaves are green and arching.  Trunks are prominently ringed.  It will take coastal sun or part day sun.  Some grow it in strong filtered light.  Far inland it needs protection from full sun.  Growth rate is slow to medium.  We’re putting n two sizes on Sale.   The last photo is c/o cloudforest website.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100

Regular price 15 gallon $235
Sale price 15 gallon $185


RHOPALOSTYLIS CHEESEMANII 5g2
RHOPALOSTYLIS CHEESEMANII 15g2
Rhopalostylis cheesemanii by Cloudforest.com website (Custom)

RHOPALOSTYLIS SAPIDA 
THE SHAVING BRUSH PALM OR FEATHER DUSTER PALM
A SUPERIOR PALM WITH BULGING CROWN SHAFT

Plain and simply put, this is a superior and great palm for Southern California.  It is fairly cold hardy and the only thing you have to decide is how much sun to give it.  Up to about eight miles from the ocean, it tolerates full sun.  Further inland it needs part day sun.  Far inland requires filtered light.  Cold tolerance is into the low 20's F.  This species is an easy grow up in the SF Bay area.  This species is most known for it's large, bulging crown shaft and upright leaves.  The crown of leaves is "V-shaped" as shown on large specimens below.  Maximum height is about 30 feet.  Growth rate is slow, especially when young.  I've found that I can't get a vertically trunked plant in a 24 inch box no matter how long I grow it.  To get trunk, this species really has to be in the ground.  Native habitat is New Zealand.  The only size we have presently are band sized seedling.  But, do check out our Rhopalostyllis sapida hybrids further below.  .

Regular price band size $60
Sale price band size $47.50


Rhopalostylis sapiida band
Rhopalostylis sapida garden


RHOPALOSTYLIS SAPIDA HYBRIDS
SHAVING BRUSH OR FEATHER DUSTER PALM
MEDIUM SIZE, SWOLLEN CROWN SHAFT

These were plants we purchased into our nursery as "Rhopalostylis sapida".  But, on closer inspection they keyed out to be a hybrid.  This was apparent with their curved leaves and rusty-brown leaf stems. They should follow the cultural advice above under "sapida" but will look a bit different.  I think they'll still take full coastal sun.  Inland areas should provide part day sun.   We only have 15 gallon size and maybe a few 20 gallon.  BTW, I don't have any photos of the mature hybrid.  But, the grower we ot them from had both sapida and baueri intermingled and he collected his own seeds.

Regular price 15 gallon $235
Sale price 15 gallon $185



Rhopalostylis sapida hybrid
 


ROYSTONEA BORINQUENA

PERHAPS A MORE COLD HARDY ROYAL PALM
DIFFICULT TO FIND – BUT SEEDLINGS NOW AVAILABLE

During the winter of 2007 when we had a severe cold spell, I came to find that this species or Royal Palm seemed to possess more cold hardiness than Roystonea regia and others that are more commonly seen.   Our area got down to about 25 degrees F.  An enthusiast about a mile from the nursery said his R. regias were totally burned but the Roystonea borninquena went untouched.  Because of this I pursued seeds and grew more.  We've sold a lot of this beautiful palm since then and have gotten similar reports.  This species is native to Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and a few other islands.  You'll note the absence of the super swollen base often seen with other species.  It likes full sun, enjoys ample water and can get to heights over forty feet.  More recently, availability has been less plentiful, but we plan to carry them as much as we can.  Shown here are mature specimens of this species.  In recent times we've had no seeds available until recently and presently can offer band sized seedlings

Regular price band size $65
Sale price band size $50


Roystonea borinquena band 
Roystonea borinquena garden 


ROYSTONEA REGIA
CUBAN ROYAL PALM
LARGE, MAJESTIC, BEAUTIFUL

This species is a larger, sun-loving, single trunk palm with a prominent, bright green crown shaft that gets to an average height of about forty feet.  It has a swollen base, is quick growing and cold tolerant to about 25 degrees F.   If you want a specimen palm that's real showy, this species might be perfect.  There is a scarcity of Royals right now (especially with size).  We're putting three sizes gallon on sale.  This is a quick growing palm that has been doing great for growers in this area.  Don't be afraid to try a smaller size like a 5 gallon.  With proper culture, it'll grow very fast. 

Regular price one gallon $65
Sale price 1 gallon $52.50

Regular Price 5 gallon $135
Sale Price 5 gallon $100

Regular price 15g $250
Sale price 15g $195


Roystonea regia 1g
Roystonea regia 5g
Roystonea regia 15g
ROYSTONEA REGIA garden 


ROYSTONEA OLERACEA
The SOUTH AMERICAN ROYAL PALM
TALL, LONG GREEN CROWN SHAFT, VERY ELEGANT

This species of Royal Palm is different from the Cuban Royal not only because it's from the Southern Hemisphere but also because the crown of leaves are usually above the midpoint of the crown with few if any leaves hanging downwards.  It is quick growing, likes full sun and is cold hardy into the 20's F.  It's also very hard to find.  We only have seedlings presently.

Regular price band size $65
Sale price band size $50


Roystonea oleracea band 
ROYSTONEA OLERACEA garden 

SABAL CAUSIARUM
LARGE TRUNK FAN PALM THAT LOVES SUN
TRUNKS ARE LIKE COLUMNAR CONCRETE COLUMNS


This species is popular because of the fat and tall concrete colored trunks that are smooth and, at maturity, very tall.  This palm can reach 40 feet of height and has green, rather flat fan leaves.  It loves sun and is cold hardy into the teens F.

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $95

Regular price 15 gallon $225
Sale price 15 gallon $185


Sabal louisiana 5g
Sabal causiaarum 15g


SABAL LOUISIANA
MEDIUM SIZE MATURE, COLD HARDY
FAN PALM NATIVE TO THE STATE OF LOUISIANA

This fan palm is endemic to the state of Louisiana.  It is a small to medium sized palm, which gets to a maximum height of perhaps fifteen feet with large green fan leaves.  Cold hardiness should be approaching the mid-teens F.  It likes full sun and grows at an average pace.

Regular price band size $65
Sale price this size $50

Sabal Louisiana band


SABAL MINOR
THE DWARF PALMETTO PALM
SUN OR PART SUN - ABOUT SIX FEET TALL MATURE

This is a dwarf fan palm that does not sucker and gets to a mature height of six feet.  Leaves are also small.  It is native to the southeastern area of the U.S.   It will put out blossoms that shoot up above the leaves.  Females blossoms with black fruit and orange stems will thrust above the plants.  It is very cold hardy to about 15 degrees F. and can be grown in sun or shade.

Regular price 2 gallon $75
Sale price 2 gallon $55

Regular price 5 gallon $125
Sale price 5 gallon $85


Sabal minor 2g 
Sabal minor 5g 
Sabal minor garden 


 SERENOA REPENS - BLUE VARIETY
 SEMI-DWARF SUCKERING FAN PALM
 FULL SUN AND COLD TOLERANT
 
This suckering fan palm is native to the southeastern Gulf States of the U.S. and some adjacent island areas. It gets to a mature height of six to eight feet.  It loves sun and heat.  Leaf color varies from a white/blue to green or somewhere in-between.  I'm showing habitat photos of both colors below.  The plants on sale are going to be more of the blue color.  It forms a clump over time.  Cold hardiness is into the upper teens F.

Regular price band size $65
Sales price band size $50

Regular price 5 gallon g $145
Sale price 5 gallon size $110


ERENOA REPENS band 
ERENOA REPENS 5g 
Serenoa repens blue habitat 
Serenoa repends habitat 


SYAGRUS CORONATA
THE LICURY PALM
FULL SUN - FAIRLY COLD HARDY

This is a single trunk palm from Brazil that gets to a mature height over well over twenty feet.  Leaf color is a definite gray-green.  This rare palm is known for the spiraling rows of old leaf bases.  Mature height is 20 - 30 feet.  It wants full sun and is cold hardy to the mid-twenties F.  The few we have are at least ten years old.  We only have a couple of this species available.

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price 5 gallon $110

 
Syagrus coronata 5g 
SYAGRUS CORONATA garden 

SYAGRUS KELLYANA
SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZED PINNATE PALM
A RARE AND SMALLER ALTERNATIVE TO THE QUEEN PALM
FULL CROWN OF GREEN LEAVES

This single trunk Syagrus is native to Brazil and only gets to heights of ten to twenty feet.  The trunk is thin and clean over time.  Leaves are somewhat plumose and green.  Fruits are fairly large and yellow in color.  Some comment that is is similar to S. picrophylla.  It is a full sun palm with an, as of yet, unknown cold tolerance.  I suspect it'll go into the twenties for sure.  It is a newly introduced species so there's little cultural information.  Note on the mature palm pictures that the leaves down go much below the spherical circle of crown leaves.  I find this very appealing.  I’m offering 5 gallon plants on special.  They are hug for their pots.  This is a very rare species to find.  Mature plant photo below is by Paul Craft - PalmNut.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110



SYAGRUS KELLYANA 5G
SYAGRUS KELLYANA BY PALM NUT

 

TRACHYCARPUS FORTUNEI
THE WINDMILL PALM
ONE OF THE MOST COLD HARDY PALMS

Trachyarpus fortunei
 is the most commonly available and commonly grown of the Windmill Palms.  It is of Chinese origin .  It is referred to as the Chinese Windmill Palm, the Windmill Palm, or the Chusan Palm.  Note how the term "Windmill Palm" can refer to this particular species or to the genus as a whole.   It is not uncommon to see it growing in colder areas of the United States, southern Europe, the Mediterranean and southern portions of Australia and Africa.  Cold tolerance is between five and ten degrees F.  Mature height can exceed 20 feet or more and the leaves are green.

Regular price 5 gallon $85
Sale price 5 gallon $65


TRACHYCARPUS FORTUNEI
TRACHYCARPUS FORTUNEI garden

 

TRACHYCARPUS TAKIL
PROBABLY THE MOST COLD HARDY WINDMILL PALM 
DIFFICULT TO FIND NOWADAYS - MEDIUM SIZE MATURE

This species comes from a very high mountainous area of northern India.  It grows at elevations above 7000 feet and sees bitterly cold winters.  Because of its native habitat, it has been touted and hoped by many to be the most cold hardy of the species of this genus.  It certainly can tolerate temperatures below 15 degrees F., but its lowest tolerance is still being determined.  In appearance, it is similar to Trachycarpus fortunei.  On mature trees and compared to the common Windmill Palm, however, it is taller with a thicker trunk, has a bigger crown of leaves with more actual leaves in the crown and larger individual leaves.  The leaves are also more stiff than the fortunei.  The trunk tends to lose its fibers more readily, giving it a cleaner appearing trunk.  A field note for distinguishing this species is that the hastula (a flap of tissue at the junction of the leaf stem with the palmate leaf) is twisted and askew.  Fortunei are not this way.  The habitat photo is by Tobias Spanner and Martin Gibbons, Germany and UK.  We only have two maybe three of these left.  They are very difficult to obtian.

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price this size $115


Trachycarpus takil 5g
Trachycarpus takil by Tobias Spanner and Martin Gibbons

 

TRACHYCARPUS WAGNERIANUS
THE WAGGIE PALM
A MORE PETITE SPECIES OF THE WINDMILL PALM
SMALL, STIFF GREEN LEAVES - EXCELLENT COLD HARDINESS


This interesting palm, known as the Dwarf Chusan Palm, does not have a well known natural habitat.  Some think it may have originated with a dwarf cultivar of T. fortunei.  It is very slow growing with a hairy trunk.  Leaves mature are about two feet across, stiff and flat and do not flex down at the ends.  A decades old plant may have a trunk under ten feet tall.  It wants full sun and may be equally as cold hardy (down to 15 degree F. or colder) as the common Windmill Palm.  The three gallon on Sale are ready for acclimation into the garden or repotting.  The garden photo is by Martin Gibbons of the UK.

Regular price 3 gallon size $135
Sale price 3 gallon $100




Trachycarpus wagnerianus 3g
Trachycarpus wagnerianus 3g2
Trachycarpus wagnerianus by Martin Gibbons UK


TRITHRINAX ACANTHICOMA
SINGLE TRUNK, MEDIUM SIZE SUN LOVING FAN PALM
SUPER COLD HARDY - SPINY TRUNK

This South American species is known for the prominent dark colored spines on the trunk.  It is often called the 'Spiny Thatch Palm".  It is a fan palm with a trunk diameter of about 12 inches.  Mature height is up to twenty feet.  Leaves are medium size and green.  It loves full sun and is cold hardy into the mid to upper teens F.   Mature fruits are yellow and most trees will produce seeds.

Regular price 5 gallon $145
Sale price 5 gallon $110

 
Trithrinax acanthicoma 5g
TRITHRINAX ACANTHICOMA 


TRITHRINAX CAMPESTRIS
SUCKERING BLUE FAN PALM FROM SOUTH AMERICA

This South American suckering fan palm comes from Argentina and Uruguay.  As a young plant, it is quite slow growing.  It takes six or seven years to produce a nice 5g plant.  Overall mature height of this species is up to twenty feet.  This species does produce multiple stems, but generally does not form overwhelming clumps.  Leaves are small and blue colored, typically about two feet wide.  The segments of the leaves are pointed and are very sharp.  This is a drought tolerant species and can take temperatures well into the 100's F. and is cold tolerant into the mid-teens. 

Regular price 5 gallon $150
Sale price this 5 gallon $115



Trithrinax campestris 5g
TRITHRINAX CAMPESTRIS garden 


VEITCHIA ARECINA
MEDIUM TO TALL PINNATE PALM
SUN LOVING PALM WITH SOMEWHAT THIN TRUNK


This tropical palm is being grown by many in Southern California.  It is a full sun species along the coast.  It has a light colored crown shafts with black/brown tomentum on the upper portion of the crown and flecked throughout.  Trunks are a bit thinner than a King Palm.  Mature height is usually under 30 feet.  Cold hardiness is into the upper twenties F.  The 15g are presently larger than shown below.  On both sizes we may have either singles or multiples.

Regular price 5 gallon $135
Sale price 5 gallon $100

Regular price 15 gallon $250
Sale price 15 gallon $195

 
 
Veitchia arecina 5g
Veitchia arecina 15g
Veitchia arecina 5g2 multiple
VEITCHIA ARECINA garden 


VEITCHIA WININ
RATHER COLD HARDY CROWN SHAFTED TROPICAL PALM
HARD TO FIND SPECIES



When I first started growing palms a long time ago, Veitchia winin was touted as being the most cold hardy species of the genus.  It's a medium sized palm with a ringed trunk, pinnate leaves and a mature height of about 30 feet.  It is similar in appearance to Veitchia arecina and also wants full sun along the coast.  I'd estimate cold hardiness into the mid to upper 20's F.

Regular price 1 gallon $65
Sale price 1 gallon $52.50

 
 VEITCHIA WININ
VEITCHIA WININ garden 

 

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THIS SALE ENDS SATURDAY, 17 DECEMBER, 2022
 
•  Full payment must be received for plants to be held by nursery.  No "rain checks".  All major credit cards, cash or checks accepted.
•  Items paid for can be held at nursery and shipped when weather permits.
•  Discount does not apply to special order plants or plant material located for customer from other sources
•  Discounts do not apply to shipping and handling or to sales tax that may be due
•  Discount does not apply to material provided by associate growers.  This includes "crane size" plants/special orders
•  Any unusually long periods of holding plants must be authorized by Jungle Music.
•  Discount does not apply to any other specials or previously purchased plants prior to this Sale
•  No "double discounts" of any sort
•  For mail orders or deliveries, any shipping or delivery costs are not included in plant specials and would be added if needed.

•  Some species are in limited supply.  When stock is not available, any particular sale item may be removed from the Sale without warning or posting.
 •  No guarantees or warranties of any sort are offered on survivability of a given species in Customer's locality.
•  We are not responsible for any typographical, identification or photographic errors.  But, we do apologize if any are found.
•   Almost everything offered in this sale can be shipped or delivered.  Rates depend on items and your locality.  Shipping or delivery may need to be delayed depending on weather.

• For plant guaranties, refunds, company policies and shipping, see "Warranties, Refunds and Company Policies" page at this website.

 

 

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