germination Lytocaryum itapebiense

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They look magnificent! I have the tip of leaf nr 4 visible now.

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2 minutes ago, Kai said:

They look magnificent! I have the tip of leaf nr 4 visible now.

I guess your leaf #4 will go partially pinnate too, like my N°1604. :greenthumb: 

My N°1603 had the smallest eophyll, so it is a little bit late and only the leaf #5 will become pinnate, I think.

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So here's the little (and probably only) itapebiense from Amsterdam.

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Leaf #4 is underway...

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And the latest photo from the Itapebi snail race in Germany: :asleep:

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Lovely! I still can't see weather my plants 4th leaf will be partially pinnate. Checking it every day!

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Still awaiting the first pinnate leaf...20170924_113154.thumb.jpg.02e0c0d84ee544

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After 1 year and 7 months , plus 4 babies ( turtles )59eca0dd7b2fa_Butiasproxosprout001.thumb59eca1262c1f3_Butiasproxosprout003.thumb

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On 22/10/2017 15:46:34, caixeta said:

After 1 year and 7 months , plus 4 babies ( turtles )59eca0dd7b2fa_Butiasproxosprout001.thumb59eca1262c1f3_Butiasproxosprout003.thumb

Wow, these sleepy beauties really take their time...

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After a very long wait and closely watching over this little guy, the tip of leaf #5 is visible. Finally a sign of something happening again!

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I wonder how far ahead @Pal Meir  plants are...

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On 13.1.2018, 10:01:55, Kai said:

After a very long wait and closely watching over this little guy, the tip of leaf #5 is visible. Finally a sign of something happening again!

I wonder how far ahead @Pal Meir  plants are...

Tip of leaf #7 becoming just visible:

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Nice to see you Pal!!!:greenthumb:

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12 minutes ago, Pal Meir said:

Tip of leaf #7 becoming just visible:

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Excellent! As always grown into perfection! 

Still waiting on leaf #5 here...

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2nd germination day of N°1601:

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24 minutes ago, Pal Meir said:

2nd germination day of N°1601:

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Congratulations on #1601! Is the mix still seramis based? Or only pinebark?

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26 minutes ago, Kai said:

Congratulations on #1601! Is the mix still seramis based? Or only pinebark?

It is still the same old soil since May 2016: 2/3 pine bark + 1/3 Seramis.

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And the 2nd germination day of N°1602:

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N°1603, the smallest one of the four babies, today 2 years old:

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And the youngest one, also two years since germination:

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Since 2018-05-31 N°1601 is pushing its 8th leaf: :greenthumb::)

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Update : My 15 babies .5b33d7be25103_Butiaspfrutoroxo005.thumb.

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20 minutes ago, caixeta said:

Update : My 15 babies .

Fantastic! :greenthumb::) A lovely kindergarten! :wub:

But be careful, they don’t like too much direct sun. And no standing water. :sick:

Below a pic of two babies of mine which I have repotted two weeks ago into Ø12cm x H12cm clay pots:

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Now all 4 repotted into Ø12cm x H12cm clay pots, now looking a bit like real palms (and no more like snails): :lol:

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No breaking news or any germination results  @Pando ? :huh:

And what about the tiny N°1608 @Bananengeknl ?

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