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Butia.... capitata? I also ran into a NCPS member here named Ray who helped give me a tour of the garden providing me with useful information!

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I need help with this ID.... Could this be a Brahea brandegeei?

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Could this be Brahea nitida? or do I have them backwards?

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Any idea on this Sabal??? I'll call this one Sabal #1

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Butia capitata

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hehe Sabal palmetto

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Livistona merrillii??? Probably not

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General view of the palmetum. It is dominated by temperate palms, but has many subtropical, tropical, and cloudforest palms within.

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Archontophoenix ________?

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I think this is a Burretiokentia hapala!!

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Rhopalostylis sapida

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A Chamaerops humilis......

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Rhapidophyllum hystrix! Who says they need high heat and humidity to thrive??

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Trachycarpus latisectus

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Jubaeopsis caffra

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Trithrinax campestris

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Parajubaea torallyi

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Livistona decipiens? maybe decora?

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Arenga engleri... I think this is a dwarf one!

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I think I took too many butia capitata photos.

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Trithrinax schizophylla

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GIANT Phoenix hybrid

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What on earth is this palm???? A petite crownshafted pinnate palm?? Perhaps a Euterpe??

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OK, so the palm formerly ID'd as a Burretiokentia hapala is not that... Maybe it's a Koghiensis? because this one here is a B. hapala. Unfortunately I'm still far from perfect when it comes to ID's :(

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Totally stuck on the ID of this Livistona as well.

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The very common Ravenea rivularis

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A very large Oraniopsis! People should field plant these now so there will be large ones down the line!! They're beautiful and beautifully hardy.

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Chamaedorea radicalis

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Rhopalostylis sapida

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JUANIA AUSTRALIS!!! There was a group of three of them that were about the same size.... one of them was dead :(

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A nice presentation of these gardens.... the Armata was outstanding! Jv

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Small King Palm!

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Two very tall Ceroxylon vogelianums!

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