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C.humilis "Vulcano"

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TonyDFW

Here is a plantette I have been growing from a c. Humilis volcano. I am aware that not all seedlings of mother plant do not come true to form, it is two years old.

Does anyone know if this seedling looks like it may grow to Vulcano form?

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turfpro01

I know where there is one with 3-4' of trunk. Its a very nice looking palm. Its male only so no seed. And I cant buy it, the owner likes it to much. lol

Ive sprouted a 100-200 seeds from rps and from what im seeing im not getting any 'volcano' looking leafs on the 2 year olds. If anyone knows of any large ones in socal Id love to know where to get a few.

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SanDimas

Try Bill @Multiflora Plants in Fallbrook.

I was just there recently.

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ghar41

Hi Tony,

I've never really been quite sure what they are supposed to look like but I really like some that are labeled as such. Mine do not look anything like the dwarf, tight leafed, reduced spine examples that I'd hoped they would be.

This old post has some information....sure wish mine looked like post #29....

http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?/topic/22850-chamaerops-humilis-var-vulcano/

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