Re: identify cycad please

Do you see the word "binary" *ANYWHERE* in the name of this group?
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So that's what a cycad is. Looks like palm fronds:-)
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Billy wrote:

Hi, Correct, Phoenix Palms for sure, probably young P. canariensis. The small plant to the left of the palms is a cycad, probably Cycus revoluta. They all can be moved but don't expect to make any money on the deal. Have them moved to another part of your yard and enjoy. BTW "Eggs" is also correct, this is not a binary group. Post pics to: alt.binary.pictures.gardens HTH -_- how
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