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Hi everyone, attached are some palms I have recently been caring for: 

Licuala Grandis (I'm planning to repot in light, faster draining soil)

Raphis Excelsa - Variegated with some new pups at its base

Howea Forsteriana

Areca Catechu 

Cyrtostachys Renda

Enjoy! 

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Howea Forsteriana and variegated Raphis Excelsa again.

Seedling is Adonidia Merrillii grown from seed collected in Costa Rica.

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16 hours ago, Stethoscope said:

 

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Nice palms! But these don't look like palm shoots to me.

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I was curious about those little seedlings as well!

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On 7/4/2017, 12:50:10, Kai said:

Nice palms! But these don't look like palm shoots to me.

I think you're right Kai...sorry about that and thank you for bursting my bubble! haha :P

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On 8.7.2017, 02:08:44, Stethoscope said:

I think you're right Kai...sorry about that and thank you for bursting my bubble! haha :P

This is the way new pups of Rhapis spp should look like:

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On 7/9/2017, 11:52:52, Pal Meir said:

This is the way new pups of Rhapis spp should look like:

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Thanks @Pal Meir

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