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Dypsisdean

Is that the first splitting Blue Double D I've seen?

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joe_OC

That's what I was thinking as well...

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realarch

OK Bill, don't leave us hanging. Wassup?

Tim

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Bill Austin

Hell I was hoping you guys knew I got it from Jerry A as dypsis  Honkona .

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Bill Austin

Some thing else that is interesting461582AA-A9A9-4169-922B-98F0C7F2E0A6.thu

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Matt in OC

Bill, you need to post more often!

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akamu

Ok i give up is it the school bus?

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joe_OC

A pair of trunking unknown dypsis that look like massive teddy bear palms with plumose leaves!

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Hilo Jason
9 hours ago, Bill Austin said:

Some thing else that is interesting461582AA-A9A9-4169-922B-98F0C7F2E0A6.thu

A couple of my favorite palms in your garden, although it's hard to pick favorites at a garden like yours. I hope those flower for you soon so I can get some seed or seedlings!!!

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kurt decker

Flowering marojejya darianii. 

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mike in kurtistown

Bill's Dypsis palms are just amazing. I have an interesting Big Island Dypsis experience, so maybe I can intrude on this thread momentarily with a comparable item. Here is one of my Dypasis mananjarensis, planted April 2013 in Big Island cloudy, humid full sun from a 2-gal bucket. 5-gal orange bucket for scale.

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Notice what is at the base on the left side. Here is a closeup:

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The palm doesn't even have a trunk yet! Another mananjarensis planted 15 feet away does have 6 inches of trunk (but no inflorescence).

 

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colin Peters

Mike, my carlsmith fruited at about the same point as your manajarensis and hasnʻt done it since,  been a few years, canʻt figure it out. Yours is a beauty, thanks for sharing

aloha

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joe_OC

Love your garden, Bill.  Hoping to be able to tour it when I am back.

 

 

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