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Re: Palm and cycad

Jim, they are beautiful!  The palm is way cool, but cycads are among  my very 
favorite tropical plants.  I have the sago palm you sent me, and I  have had 
a cardboard palm for about nine years now.  It is, of course,  small because 
it is in a pot.  There were originally two of them, but the  ravenous kitties 
snatched one out, and I never found it. :-(  I obviously  don't know the 
botanical names of either -- just the common ones.
zone 7
West TN

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