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Dypsis colours and Textures

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The variety of colours , shapes and textures within this single genus never ceases to amaze me...here's a few photos from the garden today...

D.fibrosa

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D.sp 'small'

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D.paludosa

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D. sp 215

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D. leptocheilos

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D.fibrosa living up to it's name

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Dypsis Red Triangle hybrid

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Looking schmick as always Daryl !

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Sweet!

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Nice photos and palms. Thanks!

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Boy Daryl, your D.fibrosa and D. paludosa have such great color. Mine have good color and I'm hoping they eventually develop 'great' color.

Luck of the draw maybe.

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Nice collection of Dypsis palms. Is fibrosa the same as crinita? My D. crinita puts our colorful new leaves. Used to have five D. leptocheilos, but I killed three using them in a landscaping job. I think the backhoe operator thought they were inanimate objects. But the last two are doing well.

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Nice color on the fibrosa, mine is a foot tall, and just branched into two. No red color yet.

aloha

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Boy Daryl, your D.fibrosa and D. paludosa have such great color. Mine have good color and I'm hoping they eventually develop 'great' color.

Luck of the draw maybe.

Tim, all of mine seem to get better the older they get...

Daryl

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Nice collection of Dypsis palms. Is fibrosa the same as crinita? My D. crinita puts our colorful new leaves. Used to have five D. leptocheilos, but I killed three using them in a landscaping job. I think the backhoe operator thought they were inanimate objects. But the last two are doing well.

William, D.crinita is different from D.fibrosa and from what I've seen has more colour...

Daryl

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A couple more....

Dypsis pembana new leaf

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Dypsis sp 'amboza'

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Dypsis onilahensis trunk colour

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I'm almost certain mine is crinita, new leaf stays red for ages

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