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dypsis forficifolia finally worked it out thanks for all the help

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aussiearoids

gidday Clayton . visited your place about 15 years ago when I dropped of several Nepenthes from Exotica Plants were I worked at the time .

Was blown away with the rock work and landscaping .

Must be a lot better now .

Are you trying to add a picture ?

It took me ages to get it down pat, image size must be smaller than 112kb .

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ok here are some more dypsis photos Dypsis mocquerysiana.

Hi aussie aroids yes the farm has grown alot in the last 15 years more rock walls and more planting about 15 acres of garden now.

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               Dypsis sp.

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A clump of lemurophoenix halleuxii

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Dypsis Louvelii

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Dypsisdean

Clayton,

Keep those Dypsis coming!!!

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Dypsis sp dwarf entire leaves ?

HI Dean im slowley getting the hang of it still can only put one photo on one page.?

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The other form of dypsis louvelii.

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Dypsis hildebrandtii.??

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Dypsis pembana      looks more like tsaravoasira from this angle  ???   ???   ???  :)

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Dypsis sp (laffa) ? ???

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not the best photo of Marojejya darianii,i will slowley get the hang of listing photos so they should improve over nex few weeks, i hope!! :D

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how about a caryota ! Caryota zebrina :D

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caryota ophiopellis

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one for the cycad lovers Zamia psuedoparasitica

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Dypsis robustor. old name= maria's stumpy no1 :)

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BS Man about Palms

Coolio!!!   (one pic per post is normal for downloads to the board)

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thanks Coolio i was thinking i still did not have it worked out!!

Dypsis Zahamenae. my colectors found a new form of this sp this year D.Zahamenae var jaovelo,they are just comming up now.

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Jeff Searle

Clayton,

It's about dag-gone time you registered and post your pics!!!!!!!! You have some amazing stuff! I want to see some pics. of your shadehouse with more goodies. Any pictures of some Licuala species from PNG? Give us a tour around the nursery, thanks!

Jeff

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Hi Jeff, there are at least 20+ dypsis photos to put on yet. I will send some photo of the shadehouses and some of the gardens bit by bit , but there is no way unless a computer expert drops in of me putting video on the site, I will problably destory the computer before any video  made it on, we could all be old and grey by then!!. ps how do I change the name of this topic to "dypsis photos"or should i just start a new one!,I did not mean to put my name up there still working things out !!

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Urban Rainforest

Clayton, Those pics are awesome!!! I've had your website on my favorites for years and look at the pics often. Do you ship to Cali ??? ? Steve

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Clayton,

I'm the only one that can change the topic name. Consider it done.

If you need help, feel free to ask me. You can send me a private message (PM).

Also, be aware you can always edit or delete your own posts by clicking on the appropriate button at the top right of the post.

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Dypsis sp aff madagascarensis var dieago

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paulgila

wow!very impressive palms!i've never seen a d.pembana that tall!

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dypsis pilulifera

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Dypsis sp pilufera  ?........in australia we call tsaravoasira but looks more like pembana, and what is being sold as pembana when it gets larger looks more like tsaravoasira this is only an observation and this only twists things up even more. But if it is D. pilufera theres hope for all those other ugly dypsis.."Ha Ha" ???  ???  ???  ???  :D What do you think?

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this sp is a great grower with maroon crownshaft and near entire leaf this one has been growing in the full sun now for 3 years Dypsis faneva.

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Walter John

(pohonkelapa @ Dec. 05 2006,18:15)

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wow!very impressive palms!i've never seen a d.pembana that tall!

Hi Clayton, here's that Dypsis pembana from our society visit in early 2005.

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Another angle showing one of Utopias many Chambeyronias  nearby

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Walter John

Speaking of Utopia Dypsis, what have we here ? Any photo updates on this palm Clayton ? Also taken early 2005.

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Dypsis leptocheilos X decaryi

Hi Wall,yes that last one should keep them gessing for  some time, we should see if any one has an idea of what it is ANY BODY??what do you think?? ???

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Beccariophoenix madagascariensis just starting to set fruit.

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(Wal @ Dec. 05 2006,05:26)

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(pohonkelapa @ Dec. 05 2006,18:15)

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wow!very impressive palms!i've never seen a d.pembana that tall!

Hi Clayton, here's that Dypsis pembana from our society visit in early 2005.

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Another angle showing one of Utopias many Chambeyronias  nearby

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This is a very fast grower caught up to our 15year old royals oleraceas in about 6years

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sebastian

Clayton

Good to see some pics from your garden it's deffinetly one of my favs.

I know what the mystery palm is but i wont spoil the guessing game, other than saying the palm pic below it is a clue.

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Matt in SD

Awesome photos. I've seen the Utopia palms website a few times and from the plant lists it's made me wish I lived in Australia!  Thanks for posting.

Is the mystery palm a decaryi x cabadae hybrid?  It seems to me that it must be a hybrid.

Matt

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MattyB

Clayton, may I suggest that you look into the Photobucket/server method of posting.  You upload your pics to the photobucket/server and then you can post multiple pics per post, but more importantly, w/ brilliant pics like yours, they are full size and much more detailed.  Just a suggestion.  There's info on how to do this in the admin. section of this site.

Thanks for all the wonderful pics.

-Matt

Edit:

Oh, darn it that info on photobucket that Christian posted dosen't seem to be in the admin section anymore.  Dean, can you help?  Don't you agree that Clayton's photos are worth the higher quality.

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Walter John

(Matt in SD @ Dec. 06 2006,06:44)

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Awesome photos. I've seen the Utopia palms website a few times and from the plant lists it's made me wish I lived in Australia!  Thanks for posting.

Is the mystery palm a decaryi x cabadae hybrid?  It seems to me that it must be a hybrid.

Matt

That's affirmative.

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Dypsis lutescens single stems

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bgl

Great photos Clayton! Thanks for posting!

About the method, I realize a lot of people are using Photobucket, and that seems to be an excellent way. I have never used Photobucket. I simply post one photo at a time (and mine, for whatever reason, comes out larger than Clayton's in this thread) and the quality seems to be perfectly fine. Also, I happen to prefer the one-at-a-time approach because that way I can put a name, or description, for each individual photo without any risk of confusion. Sometimes with multiple photos when there's text between two photos I have to do a double-check whether the text refers to the photo above or below. If it's just a question of Clayton posting larger photos, I'm sure that there's a way for him to do that directly into a specific thread.

Bo-Göran

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Dypsis sp ambosa,this sp grows very fast once in the ground, it will also grow in water,takes full sun and has entire leaves,they will split once when in full sun.

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