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I had a chance to do a very quick driveby Paulleen's place today in Ventura, CA.

Hedyscepe:

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Jubaeopsis. It's a bit of mess imho:

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Smaller Dypsis decipiens:

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Ceroxylon:

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And finally the big decipiens:

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Floored. Simply floored.

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Need to get down there some day.

Thanks.

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I live 'bout a mile from Pauleen's house... Whenever I head over to BevMo or Trader Joe's I take the side route by her place. One day last September I hit a red stoplight at this Chambeyronia Hookeri :mrlooney:

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Just Epic monuments to Palminess... :D

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BLEAH!

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Peter,

Definitely an amazing and exquisite garden. Thanks for the photos! :)

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The Ceroxylon ventricosum is epic !

Is the garden irrigated the Jubaeopsis. looks like it could use a drop ?

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I've got to find her place some time when I'm in SoCal.

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amazing stuff,almost beyond description! :yay:

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AWESOME! :bemused: Those Meds look like theres trying to look up and the Ceroxylons awesomeness

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Is the D. decipiens under-nourished from crowded root space? I remember it having a much thicker crown-shaft and wider canopy just a few years ago. Or is it a normal trunk narrowing habit similar to old Jubaea chilensis and Hyophorbe lagenicaulis? possibly also from reduced nutrient uptake?

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Is the D. decipiens under-nourished from crowded root space? I remember it having a much thicker crown-shaft and wider canopy just a few years ago. Or is it a normal trunk narrowing habit similar to old Jubaea chilensis and Hyophorbe lagenicaulis? possibly also from reduced nutrient uptake?

thats how theyre suppose to look. they get that goose neck thing working. again AWESOME!!!! :drool:

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The Ceroxylon ventricosum is epic !

Is the garden irrigated the Jubaeopsis. looks like it could use a drop ?

Troy, I suspect the fronds are showing cold damage from winter. I'm certain the gardens are on automatic irrigation.

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epic!

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Never get tired of seeing photos of that Ceroxylon.

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Awesome! Inspires me to plant more palms.

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The Ceroxylon ventricosum is epic !

Is the garden irrigated the Jubaeopsis. looks like it could use a drop ?

Troy, I suspect the fronds are showing cold damage from winter. I'm certain the gardens are on automatic irrigation.

I thought Jubaeopsis was a little more cold hardy than that. What does it get down to in that area? Hmmmm. Pauleen's place isn't close to the water is it?

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Is the D. decipiens under-nourished from crowded root space? I remember it having a much thicker crown-shaft and wider canopy just a few years ago. Or is it a normal trunk narrowing habit similar to old Jubaea chilensis and Hyophorbe lagenicaulis? possibly also from reduced nutrient uptake?

That is true. I have seen the Decipiens much healthier in recent years.

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Thanks for posting these. I always love seeing them!

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Thanks for posting this Peter, I really like the smaller decipiens, I think it's name could be "thumper".

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I live 'bout a mile from Pauleen's house... Whenever I head over to BevMo or Trader Joe's I take the side route by her place. One day last September I hit a red stoplight at this Chambeyronia Hookeri :mrlooney:

Yellow

ChambeyroniaHookeri9-2-112.jpg

Red

ChambeyroniaHookeri9-2-113.jpg

My favorite!

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that Jubaeopsis aint that bad :blink: .................holy molie

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