Guestbook for pungopalms.com
Name:Sue van Goidtsnoven
Email:Suevan{at}vacationconcierge.net
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you from:
Va Beach
Comments:My husband and I bought a few plants from you about 5 years ago.. All are flourishing! One in particular is our favorite... it was a small whales tongue... Would love to send you pictures of the beauty it is today!!!!
September 10, 2017 02:41:52 (GMT Time)



Name:Naila Caruso
Email:nmacaruso{at}aol.com
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you from:
Columbus, Ohio
Comments: I am interested in hardy citrus, I grow esaplier onto a wire frame citrus and hang orchids on them in an unheated(Usually) patio enclosure with a vinyl lining. But they are heavy, I am getting a bit tired of hauling them in and out and also, if I am not home when power goes out I loose plants. Plus my brother lives in DC and I wonder if anyone tried esaplier citrus onto a south wall against masonry as per old roman method of non hypocost system in Britain. Has anyone tried TETRAPLOID of the Morton crossed back to a tetraploid orange? In orchids, ploidy can increase hardiness sometimes and also making a triploid cross would reduce seed size. (Oh-FORMERLY I was Ohio USDA APHIS PPQ person-we picked up some ARS work when they closed out the local ofice)
June 3, 2017 13:38:41 (GMT Time)



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Name:Brian Keesee
Email:wahooteacher{at}yahoo.com
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you from:
Lynchburg
Comments:I have purchased from you all before and have recently moved. Could you possibly provide a pricing guide and what will be available in early spring? Thank you in advance. Brian Keesee
January 5, 2017 15:03:11 (GMT Time)



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Name:Michael Lacy
Email:mimismechanical {at}yahoo.com
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you from:
Chesapeake , Va
Comments:Interested in windmill palms
July 27, 2016 15:41:25 (GMT Time)



Name:Tom Yeadon
Email:tomyeadon{at}hotmail.com
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you from:
Chesapeake, VA
Comments:Just purchased a home in Chesapeake that has a palm tree that has been neglected for years but has good fresh growth. It is about 16-20 feet tall and we don't want it. Would love it if someone would want to take it away (no charge...we just want it gone). You dig it up, it's yours.
June 4, 2016 15:03:08 (GMT Time)



Name:Bruce G Rainey
Email:beach1339{at}gmail.com
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you from:
Va. Beach (First Landing State Park area)
Comments:Do you have retail hours ?(for walk ins). I'm looking to purchase Pindo Palms. Do you have any in stock? I tried calling but no one answered the phone and your voice mail box was full.
April 8, 2016 18:45:35 (GMT Time)



Name:Ron and Terri Nelson
Email:ronterrinelson{at}verizon.net
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you from:
Southern Shores NC (OBX)
Comments:Hi, Do you have a price list. We are interested in a Pindo Palm and Pal and Dwarf Palmettos - thanks Ron and Terri
March 29, 2016 10:58:48 (GMT Time)



Name:Dawn Alleman
Email:program{at}mahsc.org
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you from:
Virginia Horticultural Foundation
Comments:Hi there - I called about Pungo Palms participating as a vendor at our Home Gardener Day on Monday January 18, 2016, the MLK holiday. Our event has the theme "How to Keep Gardening in Our Changing World, and we are booked in at the Founders Inn. I hope you are interested and would love to hear from you. Thanks - Dawn
October 7, 2015 15:08:47 (GMT Time)



Name:Allen Luther
Email:gratusfarm11{at}gmail.com
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you from:
Cameroon
Comments:Hello, we wish to know if you are interested in the cycad seeds and Palm seeds we have for sale. we have seeds of rare species seeds and also have propagated seeds of some rare species too . Please do contact us to get our Catalogue on our Seeds. We have 30 species of palm seeds and 21 species of cycad seeds . All our seeds are very fertile and fresh .Feel free to contact us for more information . Best Regards
October 5, 2015 16:16:28 (GMT Time)



Name:Dalton Ennis
Email:daltonennis757{at}gmail.com
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Comments:Hi my name is Dalton Ennis and I am an 19 year old college student looking for a part time job. I have experience with landscape and yard work. I was wondering if you were hiring. Please let me know any possible information. Thanks
September 26, 2015 21:59:35 (GMT Time)



Name:Fred Farris
Email:deputy.director{at}thevlm.org
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you from:
Newport News
Comments:Do you grow any cold hardy cycads for our region? Thanks.
September 17, 2015 13:15:56 (GMT Time)



Name:Jim Sturniolo
Email:jimsturn{at}outlook.com
Where are
you from:
Chesapeake
Comments:I want to visit your nursery to see cold hardy citrus . Do you have regular hours ?
March 21, 2015 03:02:02 (GMT Time)



Name:Jonathan Christ
Email:jonathanchrist{at}gmail.com
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you from:
Kempsville area, Virginia Beach
Comments:My son-in-law and I started talking about rhubarb, one thing lead to another. I started looking on Google maps for nurseries. No sooner did I tell Adam that I had an instructor that ran a nursery when I clicked on Pungo Palms. That took me to your website. Too much winter this week but we need to make the short trek down to Pungo in the near future.
February 26, 2015 03:01:14 (GMT Time)



Name:Tim Gwaltney
Email:jtimg{at}att.net
Where are
you from:
south Mobile county in coastal Alabama
Comments:I grew up in Virginia but have lived here In Alabama since 1976. Palms are my hobby and I have a lot in my yard along the Fowl River in south Mobile. This winter has been tough on them. It was not some much how cold it got (I've seen it get much colder here) but how long it stayed there. A horrible January and February. I'm real interested in how did the palms do in Virginia Beach, especially along the ocean front. Will they survive, will they come back? I know it is probably too early to tell but I would like your opinion. I would venture to guess that you can kiss the Washingtonia robusta palms in your area goodbye! Tim
March 15, 2014 14:42:43 (GMT Time)



Name:R. C. Winder
Email:rwinder{at}cnu.edu
Where are
you from:
Williamsburg, VA
Comments:I am interested in trying to grow some cold hardy palms in my back yard. Can you help? I am thinking about windmill palms, but am open to suggestions. Interested in having a tropical-like landscape, to the extent possible. I have always been pretty good with plants, and will put in the extra effort, as required. I can easily get to Pungo (own condo in VA Beach). When and how should I start. Merry Christmas.
December 25, 2013 20:39:54 (GMT Time)



Name:Clint
Email:clintwm231{at}hotmail.com
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you from:
VB
Comments:Question: Is it too late in the year to plant a Pindo Palm?
November 2, 2013 19:54:06 (GMT Time)



Name:Pearl McWhorter
Email:mcwhorter.pearl {at}egglestonservices.org
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you from:
Norfolk, Virginia
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September 13, 2013 19:39:17 (GMT Time)



Name:John Seth
Email:jcopeland12{at}cfl.rr.com
Where are
you from:
Crisfield, Maryland
Comments:Lots of Palm Fans up here in Crisfield, Maryland on the Lower Eastern Shore! The Chesapeake Bay keeps us warm enough in winter for most all of your lovely palms to grow very well here! Thank for all your help and the awesome palms!
June 1, 2013 23:47:37 (GMT Time)



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you from:
Croatan
Comments:Do you grow yucca rostrata?
May 19, 2013 22:55:53 (GMT Time)



Name:Dan Richard
Email:905palms{at}gmail.com
Where are
you from:
Burlington, Ontario
Comments:Nice specimens in the pictures. Could you send me a rough pricing guide for pick-up please? When is your nursery open? Thanks! Dan
March 16, 2013 22:04:43 (GMT Time)



Name:Smith
Email:jon.smitty{at}gmail.com
Where are
you from:
Seaford, VA
Comments:Great stuff! How do the citrus and palms do with regards to salt water? During a very bad nor'easter or hurricane, much of my yard may be under water for a short period of time, will these trees survive?
March 11, 2013 13:58:13 (GMT Time)



Name:Harvey Stewart
Email:sandiegodude{at}cox.net
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you from:
San Diego CA, Via Norfolk VA
Comments:Hi guys, I met you in the 90s after the Va Pilot featured you and your palms. You inspired me to plant a Butia Capitata and Sabals at my house in Ghent- they still survive. Now I live in San Diego where I work at growing a Cocos Nucifera outdoors, funny how you always want the brass ring growing in your garden.
August 7, 2012 04:51:49 (GMT Time)



Name:Tony Floyd
Email:annaparea{at}comcast.net
Where are
you from:
Baltimore/Annapolis MD
Comments:I purchased a Trachycarpus fortunei from Pungo when I visited about 10 years ago. It is doing well at my home in Pasadena MD. I hope to be able to visit them again when I pass through the area in the spring. I especially loved seeing the needle palm next to their house. I can't wait to get more of their plants.
March 8, 2012 16:14:57 (GMT Time)



Name:Brian Keesee
Email:btkeesee{at}liberty.edu
Where are
you from:
Lynchburg, Va
Comments:About 4 years ago I purchased 2 palms (windmill and bresoria) from Pungo. Not only was the service top notch, put the palms are thriving in my zone 7 climate. I also purchased 2 cold variety of citrus. The did fruit for the first time (all be it limited) this past summer - but with such a mild winter, I am hoping for more this summer. Thanks for all you do - I will be looking for some more palms very soon :)
February 29, 2012 12:36:59 (GMT Time)



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Email:palmlady{at}cox.net
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