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Some pictures of my garden in Thailand...

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palmislandRandy

One word........SPECTACULAR! :mrlooney:

-Randy

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Jimhardy

WOW

What a great collection/selection of palms......

looks like many are "new plantings"and still of

a size(at least for a while :rolleyes: )that they

can really be enjoyed close up!

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pilou

One word........SPECTACULAR! :mrlooney:

-Randy

Thanks...

I've started my collection in July 2007... 4 years 1/2 already

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edbrown_III

I am in wonderment! I enjoy the large Copernecias !

Best Regards

Ed

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dalmatiansoap

WoW!

:drool::drool::drool:

So .... perfect....

so.....so.....so....

give us more!

4 and 1/2 years???

wow

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Tomw

What a beautiful place you have, thanks for sharing….

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Gtlevine

Hell of a garden, I really like the pond also.

Gary

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joe_OC

Beautiful garden! It looks like the floods did not reach your area.

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Central Floridave

Thanks for the photos. Nice eye candy !

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bgl

Pilou,

What a truly spectacular garden you have created! Thanks for all the great photos! :)

Bo-Göran

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Mike Evans

Absolutely beautiful & stunning garden! You have a very good start w/ the selection shown. Looks like there is plenty of space to still add as the years go by. Thanks for posting, enjoyed the pics. Keep us posted on your future progress.

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hanapalms

Just awesome. And all in four and a half years. You have been busy. I have never seen photos of some of your palms, at least not at the size, age, you have shown. Beautiful!

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Pedro 65

Pilou, Absolutely Incredible Gardens You have created, Tons of Spectacular specimens :drool: I would really love to see these in person one day. Wow. Pete

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paulgila

simply amazing! :drool:

i love that arenga(1st pic in post #9)as well as other things too numerous to list. :lol:

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Dr. George

Absolutely wonderful!

Will be revisiting your pics many times to come. - gmp

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realarch

Fantastic garden, it should be on the agenda during the upcoming biennial. Honestly it looks like a botanical garden.

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ariscott

Very nice, Philippe. Our garden is about the same age... probably just a little younger... about 4 years old. A bit different in the planting style, but good to see similar age garden in similar environment :). Do you have distinct dry season where you are?

Regards, Ari :)

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DoomsDave

Pilou:

What a great garden, which I know parrots what everyone else said.

How old is that stunning Copernicia rigida or macroglossa in post no. 3??

Looks like a big old estate. How many hectares?

I'm too stunned to scream, so I'll just chirp in delight . . . .

(cheep!) :blink:

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LauraAnu

4 1/2 years :blink: Wow :drool: :drool: :drool: Loved those copernicia's :drool:

Laura

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pogobob

Fantastic garden, it should be on the agenda during the upcoming biennial. Honestly it looks like a botanical garden.

I was thinking exactly the same Tim! Outstanding private botanical garden!

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pilou

Beautiful garden! It looks like the floods did not reach your area.

I'm in north of Thailand.... 14km from Chiang Mai...

So, no problem regarding the flood (except 2 nights when the water from my pound went to my pool)

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