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Hi,

What do you think about this plant?

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salut.

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Cool! It's trachy 'lisa'. biggrin.gif

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Pretty cool palm; it looks like T. latisectus that's not completely palmate yet.

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kinda looks to me like its been in the pot too long.

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I like it Gilles. Very much like a waggie at that size, I hope it retains that leaf form.

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It's a juvinile Trach. wagneranus.

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Trachycarpus wagnerianus

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Maybe T. wagnerianus, but they usually have more white tomentum on the perimeter of the new leaves. Possibly it is just not visible in photograph. :huh:

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I think it's a wagnerianus. Maybe a common one with juvenile leave, time will say...

Thank you all.

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Looks like a wagnerianus. Nice and green.

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