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    • IPS BIENNIAL - SARAWAK / SINGAPORE JUNE 12-19   01/23/2016

      STILL TIME TO REGISTER!!
      Don't miss this opportunity to hike through natural forest areas of Borneo to see palms in habitat led by expert guides. Experience the culture and cuisine of this exotic Southeast Asian country with fellow IPS travelers.
      In Singapore you'll experience the world's largest covered garden, Gardens by the Bay, and tour the venerable Singapore Botanic Garden. 
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      CHECK IT OUT BELOW I think it is self explanatory - it's right below the COLD HARDY PALMS FORUM.
    • PALMTALK PERVERT   02/01/2016

      Just a heads up to everybody - there is a "pervert" trying to crash PalmTalk with vulgar language and discussions of having sex with palms. It may be coincidence, but someone also called a palm seller I know and started asking him questions about "having sex with palms."  I have a possible name and location. His IP was from San Diego Cox and it geolocated to around Mesa College. I won't divulge anything else because sometimes this type of information is not accurate. But I do have a name and address. But I just wanted everyone to know, and ask that you inform me if you come across any information, or see anything that should not be on PT.

I'd love to go here

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That looks like it would be an awsome place to visit. It seems much more lush than I would have expected. Maybe these pictures were taken after they rainy season? Thanks for posting the link.

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Excellent! Thanks.

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Jubaeas! Wow! I'd love to do that trip!

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Another place I'd like to visit! Thanks!

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Sounds like the best place in the world to see Jubaeas. Those pictures are amazing.

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I love how it looks so much like California chaparral but with columnar cacti and clusters of bromeliads...and forests of Jubaeas!

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Now that's something we don't see every day here in Floriduh ! :)

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that is pretty darn amazing! i have never seen habitat pix of jubaea before,thanks for sharing this!

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I love how it looks so much like California chaparral but with columnar cacti and clusters of bromeliads...and forests of Jubaeas!

From what I gather, La Campana is basically the same climate as Southern California, and in my humble opinion, the botanical features put California's to shame.

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