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Chamaerops humilis var 'Vulcano'

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PalmatierMeg
15 hours ago, Rafael said:

Meg, did you get some seeds or seedlings, meanwhile?

Yes. Max/Maximus in Rome sent me some after this topic was posted. They all germinated. I kept 5 of the most promising. Most were normal or had some vulcano tendencies. As I couldn't find anyone to take those, I sent them to a PTer for the cost of shipping. I will take photos of mine in the next couple days.

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sergiskan

After this summer Vulcano "eruption".

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it holds a massive number of leaves.

i have others Vulcanos, but nothing like this one. Also It not suckering.

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Jamesasb

that looks like a very happy chammy,!!

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Missi
On 8/31/2017, 11:29:11, PalmatierMeg said:

Yes. Max/Maximus in Rome sent me some after this topic was posted. They all germinated. I kept 5 of the most promising. Most were normal or had some vulcano tendencies. As I couldn't find anyone to take those, I sent them to a PTer for the cost of shipping. I will take photos of mine in the next couple days.

Meg, update on your Vulcanos please? ^_^

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Hillizard

These seeds of Chamaerops humilis var 'Vulcano' I got from RPS a couple of months ago are coming along nicely. The middle seedling pushed out of the soil media and clearly shows the remote germination process. Now I just have to wait several years before I can tell which of them has the 'Vulcano' trait. :bummed:

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TexasColdHardyPalms

Here are a few volcano pics, 10gallon and some liners potted up to 3g. 

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Hillizard
2 hours ago, TexasColdHardyPalms said:

Here are a few volcano pics, 10gallon and some liners potted up to 3g. 

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Joe: What age are these 3-gal 'Vulcano' and what price are they?:mellow:

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TexasColdHardyPalms

I think these were germinated batch 2 not batch one but ill check.  We had to increase the shade cloth over these as they stall out easily with too much sun. They're starting to move now and have filled the pots with roots. Theyll be nice plants next summer. 

I can already tell a difference between these and all other med fans this size. 

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rprimbs

I grew one from seed but I don't know if it came out true.  Still it is a nice compact little palm.

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sergiskan
On 4/4/2010 2:21:54, sergiskan said:

hi...

the left one is vulcano...the rihgt one my guess it is a vulcano x humilis... :unsure:

sergi.

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An update on mines.

 

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sergiskan

Sorry, the pics!:blush:

this one finally doesn’t look vulcano, but I like the form, petiole unarmed.

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