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Lee in AZ

San Carlos, Sonora

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Lee in AZ

Earlier this month Richard from TX, Zac from NC, and I went to Sonora and traveled through out the center of the state.  

It was tough, having to come back from San Carlos.

There's no shortage of Roystonea regia and C. nucifera there, nor Delonix regia.

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Not bad for 28.0° N.

Lee

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Walter John

Excellent droolable swoonable pics.

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STEVE IN SO CAL

Easy for you to say, Wal..

Looks like parts of Palm Springs....Looks like it could get cold there...if they can grow cocos, then why are they all here?

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Kris

Dear Lee,

Nice photos, :)  and seeing it i felt that it was like some location in S.India.this is how exactly south india appears(perticularly a state called Kerala)popularly known as "Gods Own Country".

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Zac in NC

Great pics Lee. Hmmm, they look familiar. Hahahaha. I wonder why.  I can't believe that was almost a month ago already.

Zac

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Al in Kona

Lee, great photos.  Do you, Zac or Rich have any pictures of some of the other (native) palms of Sonora such as Sabal uresana?  An especially silver form of that palm is most stunning.  Love to see a pic or two.

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Randy

Lee,

Awesome pics in a place that in the back ground looks pretty similar to where I live!

What are the climate charectaristics where those coco's and cubans are thriving?

Great shots.

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