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Old 20-03-2006, 02:19 AM posted to austin.gardening
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Hi Ive been looking for a specific palm around town and cant seem to
find it. Its called Chamaedorea radicalis (Radicalis Palm) and its
sometimes called a dwarf Bamboo palm (because its a shorter version of
Chamaedorea Microspadix or Bamboo palm). Ive been to Natural Gardener,
Home depot, Great Outdoors, and Barton Springs Nursery plus a few
smaller nurseries.

Any suggestions on a good place in or near Austin to buy rare palms?


Im landscaping my pool and wanted to add a few palms to it.

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Old 20-03-2006, 02:44 AM posted to austin.gardening
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There is a palm place on 290West, right where they set up the fireworks
stands. It's about 3 miles past the Y in Oak Hill. I *think* it's called
290 Palms. The guy's name in Sean. I can't find it on local.yahoo.com.

I'll drive by tomorrow and get back to you.

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Hi Ive been looking for a specific palm around town and cant seem to
find it. Its called Chamaedorea radicalis (Radicalis Palm) and its
sometimes called a dwarf Bamboo palm (because its a shorter version of
Chamaedorea Microspadix or Bamboo palm). Ive been to Natural Gardener,
Home depot, Great Outdoors, and Barton Springs Nursery plus a few
smaller nurseries.

Any suggestions on a good place in or near Austin to buy rare palms?


Im landscaping my pool and wanted to add a few palms to it.

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Old 20-03-2006, 08:52 PM posted to austin.gardening
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It's called either Cheap Palms or Green Tree Landscaping. They have both
signs up. It's 658-palm.

deepeddygirl wrote:

There is a palm place on 290West, right where they set up the fireworks
stands. It's about 3 miles past the Y in Oak Hill. I *think* it's called
290 Palms. The guy's name in Sean. I can't find it on local.yahoo.com.

I'll drive by tomorrow and get back to you.

zip wrote:

Hi Ive been looking for a specific palm around town and cant seem to
find it. Its called Chamaedorea radicalis (Radicalis Palm) and its
sometimes called a dwarf Bamboo palm (because its a shorter version of
Chamaedorea Microspadix or Bamboo palm). Ive been to Natural Gardener,
Home depot, Great Outdoors, and Barton Springs Nursery plus a few
smaller nurseries.

Any suggestions on a good place in or near Austin to buy rare palms?


Im landscaping my pool and wanted to add a few palms to it.

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Old 21-03-2006, 03:26 AM posted to austin.gardening
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I really am having some issues!

The number is 6*9*8-5323.

deepeddygirl wrote:

It's called either Cheap Palms or Green Tree Landscaping. They have both
signs up. It's 658-palm.

deepeddygirl wrote:

There is a palm place on 290West, right where they set up the
fireworks stands. It's about 3 miles past the Y in Oak Hill. I *think*
it's called 290 Palms. The guy's name in Sean. I can't find it on
local.yahoo.com.

I'll drive by tomorrow and get back to you.

zip wrote:

Hi Ive been looking for a specific palm around town and cant seem to
find it. Its called Chamaedorea radicalis (Radicalis Palm) and its
sometimes called a dwarf Bamboo palm (because its a shorter version of
Chamaedorea Microspadix or Bamboo palm). Ive been to Natural Gardener,
Home depot, Great Outdoors, and Barton Springs Nursery plus a few
smaller nurseries.

Any suggestions on a good place in or near Austin to buy rare palms?


Im landscaping my pool and wanted to add a few palms to it.

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Old 21-03-2006, 05:53 AM posted to austin.gardening
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Thanks for the suggestion, I called some poor old lady at the 658-palm
. Ill try again tomorrow.

 




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