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Ravenea glauca

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Jeff Searle

Clayton,

 Your collection is nothing short of impressive! :D

Jeff

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(Jeff Searle @ Dec. 08 2006,20:39)

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Clayton,

 Your collection is nothing short of impressive! :D

Jeff

Thanks jeff, but it would be great if we had the growth that they have in hawaii,our marojejya has about 1ft of trunk but jeff.M one leaves it for dead!!, same with those other large dypsis amazing!!!It would take us another 20 years to get our ones that big..We all might have to move to the tropics or even better we all move to jeffs place his going away i don't think he would mind!! :D  :D untill he got back anyway :angry:  :angry: !!

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The back of the farm still alot to go

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Some other photos other than dypsis

Kentiopsis magnifica.

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Pritchardiopsis Jeanneneyi

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Raphia hookeri

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Orania disticha from p.n.g

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Jeff Searle

(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,21:15)

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Pritchardiopsis Jeanneneyi

Clayton,

 Nice to see this one! This is got to be one of the rarest palms in the world. Without being to nosey, is there any info. you can share with the group on how you were able to accquire a plant or seed? If not, no big deal. Thanks,

Jeff

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bgl

Clayton,

Lots of beautiful palms and plenty of interesting Dypsis! I don't want to mess up your thread here, so I'm going to start a new one and bring up a couple of Dypsis mysteries!!

Bo-Göran

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(Jeff Searle @ Dec. 08 2006,21:53)

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,21:15)

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Pritchardiopsis Jeanneneyi

Clayton,

 Nice to see this one! This is got to be one of the rarest palms in the world. Without being to nosey, is there any info. you can share with the group on how you were able to accquire a plant or seed? If not, no big deal. Thanks,

Jeff

Hi jeff ,this plant is over 16 years old, I got one seed years ago it took 2 years to germinate it also come in with some lavoixia seed which did not germinate.  I think Lavoxia beats the Pritchardiopsis as the rarest sp its near imposible to germinate, I would put it in with Hyophorbe amaricaulis which is also imposible to germinate, WHAT DO YOU THINK?? ???

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,16:18)

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DYPSIS SP HIGH-LAND REDNECK

Clayton what a wonderful display!  Thanks for the photos!

 I'm happy to see this Highland Redneck as I just bought a nice 15 gal (grabbed it just moments before Matt in SD got to it)

 I hope it does well for me here in San Diego...

Thanks-

Bill

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(BS, Man about Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,23:29)

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,16:18)

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DYPSIS SP HIGH-LAND REDNECK

Clayton what a wonderful display!  Thanks for the photos!

 I'm happy to see this Highland Redneck as I just bought a nice 15 gal (grabbed it just moments before Matt in SD got to it)

 I hope it does well for me here in San Diego...

Thanks-

Bill

HI Bill, if you need any more Jeff Marcus has some small ones again, if he has the same name still on them ask for D.hovitrendrindra they are a little slow but worth the wait.

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This one has made it in a pot thus far, but I've heard its a difficult grow here in the San Diego area.  Maybe it would be wise to get backups!

Bill

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Urban Rainforest

Hey Clayton, With all the Dypsis Mysteries thanks for clearing one up for me :D . I bought a couple Dypsis Hovitrenrindra from jeff just because it was something differant. Whats with these names anyhows ??? maybe the longer the name the more rarer it sounds and = more $. Cool palm though, even as a one leafer it looked like Lastelliana. Steve

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 09 2006,00:57)

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(BS @ Man about Palms,Dec. 08 2006,23:29)

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,16:18)

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DYPSIS SP HIGH-LAND REDNECK

Clayton what a wonderful display!  Thanks for the photos!

 I'm happy to see this Highland Redneck as I just bought a nice 15 gal (grabbed it just moments before Matt in SD got to it)

 I hope it does well for me here in San Diego...

Thanks-

Bill

HI Bill, if you need any more Jeff Marcus has some small ones again, if he has the same name still on them ask for D.hovitrendrindra they are a little slow but worth the wait.

Clayton,

  I think I remember you asking JD about this species earlier, but he knows of no such(species) name. I also have a few small ones from Jeff M. They look like D. lastelliana. So what exactly are they? Is this "hovitrendrindra" a locality name? I want to know the correct way of writing the name, say on my plant tags. Would Dypsis sp. hovitrendrinda be the correct way of writing this out?? If JD dosen't know this as a legit name, who then came up with it and from where?

Jeff

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(Jeff Searle @ Dec. 09 2006,17:32)

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 09 2006,00:57)

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(BS @ Man about Palms,Dec. 08 2006,23:29)

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 08 2006,16:18)

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DYPSIS SP HIGH-LAND REDNECK

Clayton what a wonderful display!  Thanks for the photos!

 I'm happy to see this Highland Redneck as I just bought a nice 15 gal (grabbed it just moments before Matt in SD got to it)

 I hope it does well for me here in San Diego...

Thanks-

Bill

HI Bill, if you need any more Jeff Marcus has some small ones again, if he has the same name still on them ask for D.hovitrendrindra they are a little slow but worth the wait.

Clayton,

  I think I remember you asking JD about this species earlier, but he knows of no such(species) name. I also have a few small ones from Jeff M. They look like D. lastelliana. So what exactly are they? Is this "hovitrendrindra" a locality name? I want to know the correct way of writing the name, say on my plant tags. Would Dypsis sp. hovitrendrinda be the correct way of writing this out?? If JD dosen't know this as a legit name, who then came up with it and from where?

Jeff

Hi jeff, what can i say i was very supprised with john's reply ? My collector has been very good with his naming of  his seed and he always has his permits to collect, as you can see with my collection the naming has been very good. You have the right name or the name it was sent in under anyway, but I would probably label it like so Dypsis sp nova hovitrendrinda, and we will see what becomes of it once it has been botanicaly named! that's all we can do !!Im not going to stir the pot up but there are a lot of cities sp being sold over there when its quite clear that these sp can not be sold untill they are produced in cultivated plants or the goverment comes to some agreement with the land owners so as to protect the sp, you know the story on the carpoxlyon and whats been going on !!!!!

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Dypsis fibrosa

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ixigena
Brahea decumbens

Hi Clayton,

I have questions regarding your Brahea decumbens against the rain level in your area. Do you plant it under canopy or on open place which catch the rain and sun?

Thanks in advance,

Hendriks

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LJG

Wow. Thanks for bumping this thread! I never saw this one until now.

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bgl

Hendriks,

We don't really mind you bumping this thread since lots of people probably havn't seen it. OR, forgot all about it. BUT, on a more general note, not really a good idea to bump a three year old Dypsis thread and ask a Brahea question!

Bo-Göran

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Bo-

To be fair, There is a Brahea photo from Clayton in there. But in a way, it would be like asking you how to grow a Trachycarpus...

Anywho...Len, it was good to reread this and I spotted post 109 and noticed that it is more likely to be the Dypsis "hankona/USA-tsarantananenis/Bo-mystery" palm than what J. Marcus and some others are calling the "true bejofo". Both are dirt slow, but one tends to have a long petiole with short plumose leaflets that are small (hankona) the Bejofo has a more normal leaf/petiole arrangement but is thin leafed also.

Now if we could get Clayton to post some updates! :D

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Bill, I'm fully aware of that (the Brahea photo). But, bottom line: the heading is "...Dypsis...". Someone who has a Brahea question would probably stand a better chance of getting an answer by starting a new thread. It's certainly more than conceivable that many "Brahea people" may not even bother to look at this thread. And, of course, we havn't seen Clayton around here for quite a while...

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JD in the OC

Ahh common Clayton... you can't fool us, that Pritchardiopsis is just a Livistona chinensis. Nice try :P

Jk

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On ‎12‎/‎28‎/‎2009‎ ‎1‎:‎11‎:‎52‎, LJG said:

Wow. Thanks for bumping this thread! I never saw this one until now.

Worthy of a second bump in my opinion :drool:

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Hilo Jason

Excellent bump. Thank you Moose!

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steve99

 

I've seen Clayton's collection a few times - it's certainly impressive.    :greenthumb:

 

 

 

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quaman58

A great snapshot in time. I must have blown through it back then, unable to relate to much. I didn't know there was a Pritchardiopsis anywhere outside of NewCal. Actually, Saribus now..

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realarch

Still such an amazing thread especially considering when it was first posted.

Tim 

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