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nkbish

a small bismarkia:

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a nice pale green/blue

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nkbish

a dypsis sp.

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kind of redish

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Bill Austin

clinostigma savoryanum

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Pedro 65

post-5709-060008500 1309660192_thumb.jpgpost-5709-074421300 1309660185_thumb.jpg Licuala dasyantha..( Can handle very cold weather as well)

post-5709-090962300 1309660178_thumb.jpg Vietchia sp

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Gbarce

v. sPLENDIDA

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Areca Vestiara

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Pinanga Aristata

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Joey Altifrons

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Pedro 65

post-5709-016925900 1309673031_thumb.jpg Attalea amygdalina

post-5709-014049800 1309673039_thumb.jpgWallichia densiflora

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Bill Austin

dypsis crinita

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BS Man about Palms

Dypsis sp "big red".. (a lastelliana type)

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And then front and side views of Burretiokentia veillardii.

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Gbarce

chambeyronia. one in a grouping of 7 palms

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i wish a few of them would open together

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Kumar

Dypsis Leptocheilos

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Areca concinna

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Phoenicophorium

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And some (Thrinax?)

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Kumar

L saribus

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Nephrosperma

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Dictosperma

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Central Floridave

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Central Floridave

same palm from above. Reflection from a sliding glass door.

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Central Floridave

close up

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Kim

Not the greatest photo, but a new leaf on the Welfia regia is exciting to me:

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Shon

Nice Kim one of my favorite palms that I can't grow.

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Kumar

Red Latan, developing some size!

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realarch

Beautiful photo Kumar! Love that vibrant color of green with the red outlines.

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Kumar

Thanks Tim; I will try and take a morning photo when I go back again this week.

On a separate note, here are a couple of interesting leaves -

Areca concinna - They look good and the clumps are a bonus but it's less than half as fast as A. catechu. Feels somewhat delicate too. The mottling can compete with a Pinanga.

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A trachycarpus of sorts (or maybe coccothrinax). Likely the former for it is a speedy grower.

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Adam from Oz

Guihaia argyrata:

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tim_brissy_13

That's a gem you've got there Adam.

Here's a pic of my C. macrocarpa opening a frond almost 18 months ago. To give you an idea of the growth rate (or lack there of) of Chambeys for me in Melbourne, this palm is yet to open another since. On the plus side each new frond is significantly larger than the last and it is about to form a trunk, standing nearly 3m (10') tall.

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Adam from Oz

Thanks Tim.

My Guihaia was a goner after the heatwave of 2009. Then it suckered like crazy and now looks like it does :mrlooney:

With your Chambey, looks like it's worth waiting 18 months!

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tim_brissy_13

That heatwave was more brutal than any winter has been to my palms. Turned my Hyophorbe indica to mush after it was growing well through winter, and 2 established Howeas are still struggling to come back, I think one of them will never recover. Even all of my old Archontos browned off a bit.

Hopefully the Chambey opens another frond in early spring. It has a large spear but it doesn't really grow at all between June and September.

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Cindy Adair

This is one of my favorite threads. Thanks to all who've posted such great photos of such great palms!

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Adam from Oz

Chamaerops humilis - this particular plant just happens to be white/silver underneath all its leaves:

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Lowey

Dypsis ? new leaf X 2, then Hydrastele Dransfeildii, L halleuxii X 3, Pritchardia Lowreyana, Wettinia Hursuta, C Kainlas first new leaf since cyclone damage.

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Bill Austin

Nice Palms really nice mealy bug.greenthumb.gif

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Bill Austin

Keeping it alive with a couple of unseen new leafs.

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dypsis louvelli

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dypsis sp. big fish tail I know but thats what it was sold to me asblink.gif

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caly. micholitzii

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Lowey

Thanks Bill, great looking louvelli :drool: I have one of those Dypsis sp big fishtail as you call it, someone did give me a name for it but I cant remember it :lol:

Anyone know ??

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Pedro 65

post-5709-003365100 1313136452_thumb.jpg Pinanga Aristata

post-5709-066742800 1313136472_thumb.jpgCampecarpus fulcitus ( Now Cyphophoenix Fulcitus)

post-5709-070726500 1313136458_thumb.jpg Ptychosperma pullenii

post-5709-050134800 1313136465_thumb.jpgUnidentified ptychosperma,hows the different leaf arrangements. Regular, Grouped and Fanned within the Group. A Very different Ptychosperma bought in 1994 but seems unidentified. Anyone seen It?

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BS Man about Palms

wow PETE!.... Campecarpus!

and aristata!

and ??? !!

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aussiearoids

Pedro that Unidentified ptychosperma is awesome , loos like some of the Hydriastele pinangoides - pleurocarpum a bit ... CHOICE

New lf. on Sallaca wallichiana ..

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Also noticed one of the Salacca sumatrana seeds I got has sprouted .

:mrlooney:

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Pedro 65

post-5709-000513500 1313202027_thumb.jpgOther side of unidentified Ptychosperma,showing leaf arrangement. Leaflets are 400mm in width

post-5709-027270100 1313202034_thumb.jpg Young Ceroxylon Alpinium

post-5709-000803200 1313202020_thumb.jpg Our Larger Campecarpus, new frond at 5ft

post-5709-052655700 1313202012_thumb.jpgBase of Campecarpus,showing Very Chunky New Spear

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Tyrone

post-5709-003365100 1313136452_thumb.jpg Pinanga Aristata

post-5709-066742800 1313136472_thumb.jpgCampecarpus fulcitus ( Now Cyphophoenix Fulcitus)

post-5709-070726500 1313136458_thumb.jpg Ptychosperma pullenii

post-5709-050134800 1313136465_thumb.jpgUnidentified ptychosperma,hows the different leaf arrangements. Regular, Grouped and Fanned within the Group. A Very different Ptychosperma bought in 1994 but seems unidentified. Anyone seen It?

Pinanga aristata, another must have Pinanga to add to my list.

That Campecarpus is impressive.

You don't often hear about P pullenii.

That unidentified Ptychosperma is really distinctive. It's like it crossed with a Hydristele wendlandianna.

Can you grow Hydriastele wendlandianna at your place? That kind of gives me some idea what your climate is like compared to mine. I had one go through 2 winters here then fade away. A better place may have made it live I don't know.

Best regards

Tyrone

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aussiearoids

Sprouts on Salacca sumatrana

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Seeds came from Feast of the Senses,RARE Fruit & DPI display,

Donated by Alan Carle of The Botanic Ark .

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Balaka17

X Butyagrus nabonnandii

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palmislandRandy

It's supposed to be delicate around here, but my Pelagodoxa henryana keeps powering alonog almost flawlessly :D next to it's D utilis neighbor.

-Randy

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Scott

It's my newest leaf on a small Dypsis onilahensis survivng really HOT inland sun - and fairly happy! :)

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