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Daryl

Here's a few new leaves in my garden this morning. The warmer temperatures and a few showers has woken them up!

Attalea butyracea

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Dictyosperma album

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Pinanga coronata 'Kuhlii'

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Gbarce

Phoenecorpium Borgsianum-- fresh new leaf

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Gbarce

A couple of reds

A. Vestiaria

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Iguanura Elegans

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Walter John

Great pics everyone, and finally, I have a new leaf or two from my transplants. I was beginning to wonder if they would show new life, patience grasshopper, patience. Not quite opened, but on their way.

Dypsis pembana and it's progeny below.

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My larger Licuala ramsayi

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Here is my 7 year old Dypsis Decipiens this afternoon after I removed a couple old leaf bases.

It pushed a new leaf about 2 weeks ago. The 4th of the year is almost ready to open.

Jeff

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JEFF IN MODESTO

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Jeff in St Pete

Licuala grandis

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aussiearoids
post-354-12837669414375_thumb.jpgPinanga aristata

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ariscott

I want one of those Pinanga.... :(. I NEED one of those pinanga... Are they easy to find, Michael?

Regards, Ari :)

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aussiearoids

They are just what the Doctor ordered :rolleyes:

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ariscott

Oh ok, thanks Michael... Did you go on Sunday??

Regards, Ari :)

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Here is my Dyppy D. about 6 years ago.

(2004)

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Kumar

A. merillii (plain green form)

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A. wrightii

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Bismarckia

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Hyophorbe verschaffeltii

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D. Leptocheilos

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My unidentified Palm X,

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And the red latan - captured at a stage when the sections are yet to seperate, giving it that 3D look

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John Case

My paltry addition; I was insired by the opening of a leaf on my flamethrower....it is not full open but I coundn't wait!

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Chambeyronia macrocarpa - 2nd new leaf Chamaedorea metallica new leaf

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Beccariophoenia new leaf Beccariophoenix leaf study

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Jeff in St Pete

Dypsis leptocheilos

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Veitchia sp.

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This C. renda was snapped off at the top when a tree came crashing down during a freak storm in June.

It's finally recovering and throwing a normal leaf again.

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Daryl

Here's a Dypsis fibrosa doing its thing yesterday...

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Jeff in St Pete

Kentiopsis oliviformis

(and my dog)

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palmislandRandy

A fresh Dypsis prestoniana in the rain.

Randy :)

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BS Man about Palms

Jeff- get your foot in a pic next time! We need size reference!

Michael = :o

Randy, Isn't cool to look at all those big poofy, curley leaflets??? Wish I had rain too... :(

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ariscott

But BS, there is a dog in the pic... :D

Regards, Ari :)

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Palm crazy

New palm red leaf..... :rolleyes: ...very rare, one of a kind...Chamaedorea radicalis 'aurantiacus' Yes that is a real word.

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fan palm

iguanura spectabilis

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licuala orbicularis

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Verschaffeltia splendida

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Trópico

Tropico's Hydriastele beguinii. Not too colorful but look how each leaf dwarfs the previous one.

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fan palm

Asterogyne martiana

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Pinanga sarawakensis

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ariscott

Very colourful, Harry :). Loved every single one of them... although that Pinanga is a lot more mottled than I thought. Hhhmm, it might have to go to my wish list.

Regards, Ari :)

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fan palm

hi ari,

thanks. the pinanga are very mottled arnt they. this is mainly in the suckers, the larger pinnate fronds do show the same pattern although fainter. i have thought about getting another one to put in a brighter location to see if the mottling is affected by light. this one is in a pretty shady spot.

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Gbarce

Fan Palm- That orbicularis is gorgeous!

Here's a Hydrastelle Flabelatta

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Gbarce

Dypsis Crinita openeing 2 leaves at the same time

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ariscott

Hhmm... you both make me want to go around my garden, checking out new growth on my palms... I might just do that in the morning.....

Gene,

Do you know what genus that Hydrastele was before getting lumped into it? And do you think that D. crinita is splitting already?

Regards, Ari :)

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Trópico

Palm X looks to me like Dypsis lanceolata.

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Gbarce

Ari- I think Siphokentias are now Hydrastelles. Ummm - What do you mean by splitting?

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ariscott

Oh.... siphokentia... that makes sense. Very nice.

This is what I mean by splitting. This is not my D. crinita. Mine is only a bit bigger than yours. Sorry, I didn't have a better pic, it was very hard to take pics of palms in this garden as there was not enough room to stand back... gorgeous specimens every where...

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Regards, Ari :)

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Walter John

This is the thread, yeh mon.

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ariscott

Boring today... missed out on a few colourful new leaf. Only this one... but it has started to turn green. Heterospathe elata... it is now 2.5m high...

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Regards, Ari :)

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Gbarce

Ari- I didn't know that dypsis crinitas did that. A couple of others are doing that as well.

Here's a pinanga maculata but it seems to be growing out of its colorful new leaf phase

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hanapalms

This was a mystery palm until I got some suggestions from PalmTalk; it's definitely a Heterospathe and the species is elata?

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The Chambeyronia macrocarpa joined in with its own new leaf today also; it's just a thirty feet from the Heterospathe:

Sorry file is too big to upload, will need to send in another post.

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