Searle sale extravaganza coming up

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  1. annafl

    annafl Esteemed Member

    Hey, can't wait to find out which crotons and palms will be available. Jjjjjjeeeefffffffffffff..............
     
  2. Jeff Searle

    Jeff Searle Well-Known Member

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    Hi Anna,

    It sounds like your coming down(?) ! The palm list is complete and the croton list should be done by wednesday. As soon as Ryan can post it, he will, later this week. So far, the Glocks, Ray and Tim have stated their coming down, or up. Lol. Were expecting a nice group after the friday sale is finished back at the house. Anyone here that might come to the sale is more than welcome to come over, anytime after 5pm.
     
  3. annafl

    annafl Esteemed Member

    Yes, Jeff, I've talked my husband into coming down again! It's fortunate I have a birthday right around the time of the extravaganza. No jewelry for me, it's crotons, compost and digging holes.

    Ok, it's Wednesday, so where's the list?

    By the way, I'm all for talking about goings on in the forum/society, but I can't stay past the sale (the husband thing), so if we can, can we talk after we get our plants on our carts? If not, that's fine, I just won't be able to be there, but maybe someone can let me know what you all have decided about whatever.:)
     
  4. Palmarum

    Palmarum Moderator

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    I have the first draft of the Croton list ready and since this topic had been created, figured might as well post it here. As always the list can change between now and next weekend. Most likely it will be added to, as Jeff finds more plants to pull. He has in the past, omitted items from the list on purpose just to hide them in amongst other plants and surprise the die hard collectors when they find them. I had an idea once to organize them in the section alphabetically, but that idea was shot down quickly. Seems to give even odds to the customers if they have to hunt and search upon arriving to the section. If I know about any additions to the list I will post them here.

    Searle Brothers Nursery, Inc.
    The Rainforest Collection®

    The 16th Annual Spring ‘Ganza

    March 7th, 8th 9th,
    14th, 15th & 16th - 2014

    Croton List
    Draft 2-28-14*

    170 Cultivars

    Common Name
    #007
    #6
    #93
    A. B. Cartledge
    Alley Cat
    America
    American Made
    Angel Wing
    Antilla
    Applause
    Aubrey Christian
    Baron Le Compté
    Ben Alexander
    Bimbo
    Black Beauty
    Blotched, Charmer
    Bogoriensis
    Bravo
    Buddy
    Cameo
    Candy Cane
    Captain Gilbert Cutler
    Captain Kid
    Cardinal
    Catch Up
    Catherine Gephart
    Caution Light
    Charmer
    Chief
    Claude Lorraine
    Columbiana
    Commotion
    Compté de Germiny
    Confetti
    Cornbread
    Craigii Supreme
    Cronstadt
    Cryosophyllum
    Daisy Ortega
    Davis #1
    Davis #10
    Davis #7
    Davis Compacta
    Dayspring
    Dreadlocks
    Dream Girl
    Dreer #7
    Duke of Windsor
    Earl of Derby
    Earl's Court
    Eleanor Roosevelt
    Embassy
    Evansianus
    Excellent
    Father's Day
    Faye Miller
    Fishbone
    Flame
    Flamingo
    Florida Sunset R.K.
    Franklin Roosevelt
    Freckles
    Fred Sanders
    General MacArthur
    General Marshall
    General Paget
    Gold Dust
    Gold Finger
    Golden Glow
    Harvest Moon
    Helen Edge
    Her Highness
    Herringbone
    Hot & Steamy
    Jean Francis Fascell
    Joanna Coppinger
    John Bender
    Judy's Beauty
    Jungle Queen
    Kane
    Katoni
    Kentucky
    King of Siam
    Kiss & Tell
    Krakatoa
    L. M. Rutherford
    Lady Claire
    Limelight
    Lord Bellhaven
    Louis Dupuy
    Lover's Night
    Lt. Paget
    Madame Butterfly
    Madame Fernand Kohl
    Magnificent
    Major Dade
    Mammey
    Maximum (Bender #2)
    Miami Beauty
    Mike Fascell
    Mona Lisa
    Monarch
    Mrs. Iceton
    Mrs. Snyder Disraili
    Nestor
    Noblissima
    Norman Rockwell
    Ovalifolium
    Petra
    Philippine Red
    Pink Davis
    Pink Eburneum
    Pink Passion
    Plaid Oak
    Playboy
    Polychrome
    Pop's Yard
    President Eisenhower
    President Reagan
    Pride of Naples
    Prince of Orange
    Queen Elizabeth
    Queen of Siam
    Rainbow Candy
    Rainbow Starlight
    Rams Horn
    Red Foot
    Red Quill
    Rembrandt
    Revelation
    Rheedi #3
    Rheedii
    Richard Krukonis
    Robert Halgrim
    Royal Flush
    Rudy Bachman
    Seminole Pride
    Showgirl
    Son of Joe Friday
    Spirale
    Stain Glass
    Stoplight
    Sunrise
    Survivor
    Sweet Marie
    Thai Hybrid
    Thanksgiving
    Thomas Edison
    Thomas Hitchcock
    Tiger Eye
    Twist & Point
    V. L. Pink
    Van Buren
    Victor Lemoine
    Voncilla Barley
    W. F. Dreer
    Waterfall
    Weismannii
    West Wall
    White Ann Rutherford
    White Bravo
    William Jennings Bryan
    Wilma
    Wooton Beauty
    Yellow Croc
    Yellow Duncan Macaw
    Yellow Fever
    Yellow Mammey
    Yellow Mrs. Iceton
    Yellow Petra

    Ryan
     
  5. annafl

    annafl Esteemed Member

    Thanks, Ryan! I see a number I'd love to get. Looking forward to Friday. :D
     
  6. Palmarum

    Palmarum Moderator

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    The first draft of the Palm and Cycad list is now ready. There is still more time to pull plants between now and next weekend, plus I have a mental note of more that could be added -- therefore I put the draft status at 90 percent completed. I am sending out copies to those who have asked for one and those who will ask. The list can be copy and pasted into any software used to print material. Post any questions here about either list or PM them to Jeff or me.


    Searle Brothers Nursery, Inc.
    The Rainforest Collection®

    The 16th Annual Spring ‘Ganza

    March 7th, 8th, 9th,
    14th, 15th & 16th - 2014

    Palm & Cycad List
    Draft 3-1-14* - 90%

    Approx. 304 species


    Genus Species Sizes
    Acanthophoenix crinita 4in
    Acrocomia crispa #10
    Actinokentia divaricata #1 #2
    Actinorhytis calapparia #2
    Allagoptera caudescens 4in
    Archontophoenix myolensis #1
    Archontophoenix purpurea #3 #10
    Archontophoenix tuckeri 4in
    Areca camarinensis #1
    Areca catechu #1 #3 #10
    Areca latiloba = montana
    Areca montana #1
    Areca triandra #1
    Areca vestiaria #3 #7
    Areca vestiaria var. ‘Maroon Leaf’ #1 #7
    Arenga hookeriana #7
    Arenga microcarpa #3
    Arenga obtusifolia #10
    Arenga pinnata #1
    Arenga tremula #3
    Arenga undulatifolia #7
    Asterogyne martiana 4in
    Astrocaryum aculeatissimum #2
    Astrocaryum alatum #2
    Astrocaryum standleyanum #3
    Attalea cohune #25
    Attalea funifera #7
    Bactris gasipaes var. 'Spineless' #3
    Balaka microcarpa 4in
    Balaka seemannii #3
    Basselinia glabrata #3
    Basselinia humboldtiana 4in
    Beccariophoenix alfredii #1 #7
    Beccariophoenix madagascariensis #7 #10
    Beccariophoenix sp. 'Coastal Form' #20
    Bentinckia condapanna #3
    Bentinckia nicobarica #10
    Borassodendron machadonis 4in
    Brassiophoenix drymophloeoides 4in
    Burretiokentia dumasii 4in
    Burretiokentia grandiflora 4in
    Burretiokentia hapala #1 #7
    Butia yatay #10
    Calyptrocalyx aff. fasciculatus 4in
    Calyptrocalyx awa #7
    Calyptrocalyx hollrungii #7
    Calyptrocalyx leptostachys 4in
    Calyptrocalyx pachystachys 4in
    Calyptrocalyx polyphyllus 4in(a) 4in(b)
    Calyptrocalyx sp. ‘Kal-Keyik’ #1
    Calyptrocalyx sp. ‘Sanumb’ #7a #7b
    Calyptrocalyx spicatus #1
    Calyptrogyne ghiesbreghtiana #2
    Carpentaria acuminata #1
    Carpoxylon macrospermum #3
    Caryota cumingii #10
    Caryota kiriwongensis #10
    Caryota mitis #1 #7
    Caryota no #10
    Caryota obtusa #25
    Caryota ophiopellis #7 #15
    Caryota rumphiana #3 #7
    Ceratozamia latifolia #7
    Chamaedorea adscendens #3
    Chamaedorea anemophila 4in #3
    Chamaedorea arenbergiana #3
    Chamaedorea brachypoda #7
    Chamaedorea cataractarum #1 #7
    Chamaedorea deckeriana #7
    Chamaedorea elegans var. 'Negrita' #3
    Chamaedorea ernesti-augustii #3a #3b
    Chamaedorea fragrans #7
    Chamaedorea geonomiformis #1
    Chamaedorea hooperiana #7
    Chamaedorea metallica #1 #3
    Chamaedorea oblongata #1
    Chamaedorea plumosa #3
    Chamaedorea sartorii 4in
    Chamaedorea stolonifera #1
    Chamaedorea tuerckheimii var. 'Veracruz Form' #1
    Chambeyronia macrocarpa #15
    Chambeyronia macrocarpa var. ‘Houailou’ #3
    Chambeyronia macrocarpa var. hookeri #10
    Chelyocarpus chuco #1
    Chuniophoenix hainanensis 4in #1
    Chuniophoenix nana #7
    Clinostigma ponapense #15
    Clinostigma savoryanum #7
    Coccothrinax borhidiana #7
    Coccothrinax borhidiana var. 'Hybrid' #3
    Coccothrinax crinita #10
    Coccothrinax crinita subsp. brevicrinis 4in
    Coccothrinax miraguama #1
    Cocos nucifera var. ‘Malayan Green’ et al.
    Copernicia alba #1
    Copernicia baileyana #7
    Copernicia berteroana #7
    Copernicia prunifera #10
    Copernicia rigida #3 #15
    Corypha umbraculifera #7
    Corypha utan #3 #7
    Cryosophila albida = warscewiczii
    Cryosophila warscewiczii #1 #3
    Cyphophoenix elegans #7
    Cyphophoenix nucele #7 #25
    Cyphosperma balansae 4in
    Cyphosperma trichospadix 4in
    Cyrtostachys renda #7 #10 #20
    Cyrtostachys sp. 'Hybrid' #7 #20
    Dictyosperma album et al.
    Dioon edule #7
    Dioon spinulosum #7
    Drymophloeus beguinii = litigiosus
    Drymophloeus litigiosus #7
    Drymophloeus oliviformis #7
    Drymophloeus sp. 'Patipi' 'Irian Jaya' #7
    Dypsis albofarinosa #1
    Dypsis ambositrae #1
    Dypsis arenarum 4in #3
    Dypsis baronii #1
    Dypsis basilonga #5
    Dypsis canaliculata #7
    Dypsis carlsmithii #10
    Dypsis crinita #10
    Dypsis faneva 4in
    Dypsis heteromorpha #15
    Dypsis lanceolata #3
    Dypsis lantzeana 4in
    Dypsis lastelliana #15
    Dypsis madagascariensis #7
    Dypsis mananjarensis #7
    Dypsis minuta 4in
    Dypsis onilahensis var. 'Weepy Form' #10
    Dypsis ovobontsira #7 #10
    Dypsis paludosa #3
    Dypsis pilulifera #1
    Dypsis plumosa #10
    Dypsis procera 4in
    Dypsis psammophila #7
    Dypsis pusilla #10
    Dypsis rivularis #1
    Dypsis robusta #7
    Dypsis saintelucei #7
    Dypsis scottiana 4in
    Dypsis serpentina 4in
    Dypsis sp. ‘Betafaka’ #7
    Dypsis sp. ‘Pink Crown’ #1
    Dypsis sp. 'Unknown - Rare' #3
    Dypsis utilis #7
    Euterpe oleracea #7
    Euterpe sp. 'Orange Crownshaft' #15
    Gaussia princeps #1 #7 #15
    Geonoma cuneata 4in
    Geonoma interrupta #3
    Heterospathe barfodii #1
    Heterospathe elata #7
    Heterospathe glauca = B. barfodii
    Heterospathe intermedia #10
    Heterospathe longipes 4in
    Heterospathe minor #7
    Heterospathe negrosensis #1
    Hydriastele beguinii #7 #15
    Hydriastele beguinii var. 'Obi Island Form' #3 #15
    Hydriastele cylindrocarpa #1
    Hydriastele dransfieldii #7
    Hydriastele kasesa #3 #7
    Hydriastele longispatha #10a #10b
    Hydriastele microcarpa 4in
    Hydriastele sp. 'Highland Form' 4in
    Hyophorbe indica #7 #10
    Hyophorbe lagenicaulis et al.
    Hyophorbe lagenicaulis x verschaffeltii #7
    Hyophorbe verschaffeltii et al.
    Iguanura wallichiana 4in
    Iriartea deltoidea #1 #2
    Johannesteijsmannia altifrons #1 #2
    Johannesteijsmannia perakensis #3
    Kentiopsis oliviformis #3 #7
    Kentiopsis pyriformis #3a #3b
    Kerriodoxa elegans #1 #7
    Laccospadix australasicus #1
    Lanonia dasyantha #1
    Latania loddigesii #3
    Latania lontaroides #15
    Latania verschaffeltii #1 #3 #10
    Lepidozamia peroffskyana #1 #3
    Licuala cabalionii #7 #10
    Licuala distans #7
    Licuala ferruginea 4in
    Licuala fordiana #2
    Licuala glabra var. selangorensis 4in #2
    Licuala grandis 5in #3 #7 #10
    Licuala khoonmengii #1
    Licuala lauterbachii var. bouganvilliensis #7
    Licuala mattanensis var. mapu #1
    Licuala merguensis #10
    Licuala naumannii 4in
    Licuala orbicularis 4in
    Licuala paludosa 4in #2 #7
    Licuala peekelii #7
    Licuala peltata 4in #3
    Licuala peltata var. sumawongii #1 #3 #7
    Licuala poonsakii var. 'Ratee' #7
    Licuala ridleyana #2
    Licuala rumphii #1 #7
    Licuala sallehana #1
    Licuala sp. 'Papua New Guinea' #7
    Licuala sp. 'Pre-ati' #3
    Licuala sp. 'Yal Bral' #7
    Licuala spinosa #15
    Licuala stenophylla 4in
    Licuala triphylla 4in
    Linospadix palmerianus 4in
    Livistona jenkinsiana #10
    Livistona rotundifolia = Saribus rotundifolius
    Livistona speciosa = jenkinsiana
    Loxococcus rupicola 4in
    Lytocaryum hoehnei #7
    Lytocaryum weddellianum 4in
    Marojejya darianii #1
    Mauritia flexuosa #1
    Mauritiella armata #7 #10
    Metroxylon vitiense #2 #15
    Nenga pumila #1 #10
    Neoveitchia storckii #10
    Nephrosperma van-houtteanum #1
    Normanbya normanbyi #3
    Pelagodoxa henryana #15
    Phoenix pusilla 4in
    Phoenix roebelenii et al.
    Phoenix rupicola #3 #15
    Phoenix zeylanica = pusilla
    Pholidostachys pulchra #7
    Phytelephas aequatorialis #3
    Pinanga adangensis 4in
    Pinanga coronata #10
    Pinanga coronata var. 'blunt-thin leaf form' #10
    Pinanga gracilis #7
    Pinanga javana 4in
    Pinanga philippinensis #2
    Pinanga sessilifolia 4in
    Pinanga sp. ‘Blue Fruit’ #2
    Pinanga sp. 'kanchanaburiensis' 4in
    Pinanga speciosa 4in #7a #7b
    Polyandrococos caudescens = Allagoptera caudescens
    Prestoea ensiformis var. 'Entire Leaf Form' 4in
    Pritchardia affinis = maideniana
    Pritchardia beccariana #1 #7
    Pritchardia hillebrandii var. 'Blue Dwarf' #1
    Pritchardia kaalae var. minima #7
    Pritchardia maideniana #1 #3
    Pritchardia martii #1
    Pritchardia schattaueri #3
    Pseudophoenix sargentii var. navassana #3
    Pseudophoenix vinifera #10
    Ptychococcus paradoxus #10
    Ptychosperma burretianum 4in
    Ptychosperma lauterbachii #7 #10
    Ptychosperma microcarpum #10
    Ptychosperma propinquum #10
    Ptychosperma pullenii 4in
    Ptychosperma sanderanum #3
    Ptychosperma schefferi 4in
    Ptychosperma sp. #7
    Ptychosperma vestitum #10
    Ravenea dransfieldii #3
    Reinhardtia gracilis var. rostrata 4in
    Reinhardtia latisecta #3 #7
    Rhapis cochinchinensis 4in
    Rhapis excelsa cv. nana ‘Super Dwarf’ #1
    Rhapis humilis x cochinchinensis 'Alicia' #7
    Rhapis laosensis = cochinchinensis
    Rhapis multifida #1 #7
    Rhapis sp. 'Hybrid' #7
    Rhapis subtilis #7
    Roystonea borinquena #10
    Roystonea oleracea #3
    Sabal domingensis #1 #3
    Sabal mauritiiformis 4in
    Sabal uresana #3
    Salacca zalacca #3
    Saribus rotundifolius 4in
    Satakentia liukiuensis #1
    Schippia concolor #3
    Syagrus amara 4in
    Syagrus botryophora #2
    Syagrus cearensis #3 #7
    Syagrus coronata #3
    Syagrus sancona #7
    Tahina spectabilis #20
    Thrinax radiata et al.
    Veitchia arecina et al.
    Veitchia filifera #7
    Veitchia metiti #1
    Veitchia sessifolia = filifera
    Verschaffeltia splendida 4in #15
    Voanioala gerardii #7
    Wallichia disticha #3
    Wodyetia bifurcata et al.
    Zamia fairchildiana #7
    Zamia inermis #3
    Zamia pumila #3
    Zamia roezlii #3
    Zamia vazquezii et al.

    Ryan
     
  7. Moose

    Moose Esteemed Member

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    See you all there - croton dash begins @ 8:00am. :D
     
  8. Dypsisdean

    Dypsisdean Administrator Staff Member

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    That's a crazy cool palm list Jeff. I wish they had a bridge to the mainland and I would be there. Or too bad I couldn't download a few, or have Ryan attach some to an email for me. :)
     
  9. Bullwinkle

    Bullwinkle Esteemed Member

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    I picked up a few including Limelight,Bimbo ,#93 and a very nice Pride of Naples,I also picked up a nice Dypsis Madagascariensis for the front yard.It was a great day and I will probably head back Sunday to see what I missed :)


     
  10. annafl

    annafl Esteemed Member

    I got more than a few :eek:. Today I was like a little hen walking around trying to find spots for my new acquisitions! It was a great sale and a beautiful day.
     
  11. TonyLoco

    TonyLoco Active Member

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    Pretty funny. I think I showed up to this by accident. I had no idea that it was a special sale weekend. I bought two Dictyosperma Albums.

    Is it only open to the public during those special weeks?
     

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