Biggest Syagarus Abrejos

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As the title says :) who's got the biggest since these bad boys were getting handed out? I'm curious to see if they have remained true to Mother Queen 

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So no one has babies? 

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will post a pic of mine this weekend. Its  around 5 m tall now

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 I think that MattyB planted a row of them & posted a picture when they were a few years old. Only one of the 6 or so plants was showing any "out of the ordinary" traits that you'd expect to see in a queen palm; and even that one individual was nothing that would turn your head. I can't remember anyone saying they were growing one that stayed true to the mother plant's form, at least outside of normal variability for the species.

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Ok here is my Syagrus " abreojos " i received the seeds for this palm in July 2008 from Pogo Bob Robert De Jong in San clemente California. It has grown very fast in the ground and has quite a bit of clear trunk now.  The fronds look a bit more plumose than regular queens.

 

 

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Mine is not picture worthy, it unfortunately turned into a plain old S. rommy.

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Still a good looking palm Troy..

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Thanks Guys! Thanks Troy! Wish more people would show their babies.

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Any Americans with Abrejos thats trunking now?

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Mine's just a baby. Too early to tell. 

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If they turn out looking like my regular rommies, I won't be complaining too much

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LOL.. Thats fine I recon for your climate.. Hahaha...

Thanks guys!

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@MattyB I remember seeing a picture of a row of abreojos you planted. Those still growing strong for you? I'm curious as to what do they look like now?

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9 hours ago, Jdiaz31089 said:

@MattyB I remember seeing a picture of a row of abreojos you planted. Those still growing strong for you? I'm curious as to what do they look like now?

Plain Jane Queens is my guess!

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Cool palms.

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INdeed

 

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