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Is this Dypsis Lanceolata?
I've been by this palm several times, it is a bit northeast of where I live. I don't have any photos of it, so this is a really bad, blurry picture from google maps a few years ago.
15 gal Dypsis saintelucei and Raphia australis
I have a few nice 15 gals now ready for sale.
Call or text Josh at 626-278-6388 if you were interested. Local pick up only
thanks for looking
15 gal Dypsis saintelucei 175.00
6' tall and starting to form a trunk
15 gal Raphia australis 275.00
and starting to turn orange
Dypsis psammophila Seeding in Socal
I've had this Dypsis psammophila in the ground for several years now and its setting seed for the first time. Psammophila's have been tricky for me in the past but for some reason this one grows great. One of my prettiest palms in my garden.
Dypsis pembana SOLITARY FORM
By colin Peters
$10 per 100 plus $3 US shipping
D. leptocheilos question
I've accumulated a few seedlings over the web all sold to me as Dypsis leptocheilos. About half have heels, the other half don't. Riffle says it's a tillering palm, Palmpedia says it may or may not have a heel. I find it hard to believe that within one species, the palm may or may not tiller, intuitively it seems like a yes or no thing. Dypsis in general is not a great fit for my zone 9 TX climate so I don't know much about them. What do you D. lepto growers think?