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The following thread was started by Jim Parsons on March 04, 2001 at 4:55 pm PST
I have several seedling Sabal uresana in the ground and several others in containers.
These are progeny from a 20' + specimen from U of Arizona in Tucson whose seed I collected in
December of 1999. The seed sprouted easily within two weeks of sowing. These plants have
transplanted easily.....not losing any after transplanting as I seem to do with Washingtonia filifera.
These seedlings in the ground are just fine and have made it through our relatively mild winter just fine. They seem to "grow" about as fast as Sabal minor so they are not a speed demon
by any stretch. I shared seed with several people in Texas, Florida and Alabama. I think I sent Ian some seed too. I haven't
heard from anyone else how their seed performed. I am optimistic that this Sabal will ultimately prove a success in the PNW
provided they have good drainage. I'll keep you all posted and as mentioned in an earlier post; I'll be back in Tucson at the
end of March and will try to gather some more seed which I'll be happy to share.
The above followup was added by Steve in Portland z8b on March 04, 2001 at 8:13 pm PST.
Thanks for the info
If you could spare 1 or 2 seeds or seedlings I would be interested. I live near Portland and could pick them up if needed.
The above followup was added by Jim Parsons-Woodburn,OR Z8b on March 04, 2001 at 8:32 pm PST.
Sabal uresana seed
Jim, send me your email address and I'll gladly share seed when/if I am successful in gathering more in Tucson at the end of this month.
The above followup was added by Steve in Portland z8b on March 04, 2001 at 9:19 pm PST.
Steve..if you get a couple Sabal uresana
you remember me dont you? in beaverton..lol well i just wanted to know if you get a few sabal uresana seeds i would give you some money for them...keep me posted...or email me
The above followup was added by john on March 04, 2001 at 10:40 pm PST.
email me please
The above followup was added by Jim Parsons on March 05, 2001 at 9:03 am PST.
Why doesn't this board include the email address when you put it in?
The above followup was added by Jim Parsons on March 05, 2001 at 9:06 am PST.
re sabal uresan seed
would sure like to try some seed if you can spare a few .Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work our the details.Thanks.....Larry
The above followup was added by Larry on March 05, 2001 at 3:57 pm PST.
Steve dito for me too. I would like to trade some plants with yea. I'll be going to Sauvie Island this weekend if the weather stays warm. If you every make it up to Oly this year I have some special exotic you have got to see.
The above followup was added by Roger oly on March 05, 2001 at 4:18 pm PST.
Sabal uresana seed!!
Okay everyone....I guess this is a popular plant!....I'm going to Tucson on March 26...be back first
week in April. I'll have internet access while I"m there so I'll let everyone know the status of
the Sabal uresana seed hunt! LOL
I'll be happy to share seed...I'd never sell it.....but I might like to make a trade sometime! LOL
Until then...hang on everyone and I'll post when/if I get some seed.......
The above followup was added by Steve in Portland z8b on March 05, 2001 at 6:27 pm PST.
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