CIDP (Phoenix canariensis ) photos for Kris!

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Lots of very old and very tall Phoenix canariensis in Buenos Aires, Argentina! :)

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I am convinced that CIDP look better in California than anywhere else in the world.

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1 hour ago, TexasColdHardyPalms said:

I am convinced that CIDP look better in California than anywhere else in the world.

Quito Ecuador they looked perfect

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3 hours ago, bgl said:

Lots of very old and very tall Phoenix canariensis in Buenos Aires, Argentina! :)

Dear Sir,

Thanks for those lovely visuals and also for remembering that i love canary date palms very much...:)

Love,

Kris.

 

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I wonder why those tops ones are braces as if recently transplanted at that size. 

I remember seeing numerous very tall CIDP’s when I was down in B.A. a couple years ago. 

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Those braces look pointless. Maybe if they were 3x bigger

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Here is my only picture of one when I visited Quito. 

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Ohh yea, thats a good one.  

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Yeah, why do the crowns looks so small on the BA specimens?  Hybrids?

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I think it’s just senescence with age, they are very tall. 

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4 hours ago, Ben in Norcal said:

Yeah, why do the crowns looks so small on the BA specimens?  Hybrids?

They look stressed probably lack of water?

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Dang Bo you sure do get around :) 

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Here is a pic that I ran across the other day on the computer from a few years ago.  I think this was near Brentwood.  I remember the ones in San Francisco being just as nice as the one pictured above in Quito, but not nearly as large as the LA ones.  I believe these were planted in the mid 20's if I remember my history correctly.

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1 hour ago, Josh-O said:

Dang Bo you sure do get around :) 

Just getting started! :D

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1 hour ago, bgl said:

Just getting started! :D

I can easily fit is one of your suitcases :)

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8 hours ago, Josh-O said:

I can easily fit is one of your suitcases :)

Oh, suitcases are for amateurs! :D I travel with carry on only.B)

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:lol:

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Found many more today! :)

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Where is this?

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15 hours ago, bgl said:

Oh, suitcases are for amateurs! :D I travel with carry on only.B)

:o

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On 1/13/2018, 6:06:40, TexasColdHardyPalms said:

Here is a pic that I ran across the other day on the computer from a few years ago.  I think this was near Brentwood.  I remember the ones in San Francisco being just as nice as the one pictured above in Quito, but not nearly as large as the LA ones.  I believe these were planted in the mid 20's if I remember my history correctly.

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SCREAM

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7 hours ago, Tracy S said:

Where is this?

All in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A few small ones from Croatia.

 

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 A nice fruiting female.There is another one close to it.This photo was taken 5 years ago.They grew quite a bit.

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Here both are visible,but this photo is also old.When I pass by I will take pics.

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