by Cravo Sago Palms in Questions and Answers
Do you think a nursery would buy my 20 ft. sago palm? It is fully mature and grows baby trees on the trunk. If so what would be a good price?
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I don’t think a nursery would buy it, but you might find someone to buy it on http://www.craigslist.org or something.
Call your local nursery and ask them. A 20 ft sago is quite a palm and with all the construction landscapers are always looking for nice trees. To check the price call a nursery and tell them you are interested in buying one and could they give you an approximate price.
I would contact a tree moving service to see if they might be interested in the tree. They may know someone who needs a large tree. You would get more if it is easily accessible and in good health. Also check with local nurseries and landscapers. You might find someone who wants the tree, just don’t expect top dollar.
From Billy Ray Valentine:
A nursery may buy it. But don’t know if you would get a fair price for it from them. Remember, they would have to resale it, and would be trying to make all they could off of the sale.. Try putting an advertisement in the Garden section or plants for sale section of a newspaper near your town. Alot of Landscapers may be willing to pay a little cash for it to plant in a clients landscape. Or you may get a homeowner looking to spruce up his yard who would be willing to take it off your hands.. As far as price goes, I have no Idea. Try calling a large nursery who handles stock in palm trees to get an idea of how much they are going for. Let them know you are wondering how much a 20 ft. palm would go for retail. This should give you an idea of what would be a fair price to let it go for.. Hope this answers your question..
PS…. If I was looking for a palm, I would take it off your hands..lol. Good luck!
Put the word out, someone will be glad to get it. I buy my sago “cycads” in Florida. My source charges 125$ per foot of wood not including the top leafy part. That’s wholsale! You have a heavy tree but some people can rent equipment to excavate it and move it to they’re yard.
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