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Richie

I noticed this new leaf on my Iguanura wallichiana and had to take a pic . It get's afternoon sun so it doesn't look it's best , but still a beautiful palm. Anybody else growing this palm , pics please .

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palmislandRandy

These 2 were residing at my previous house. I took one with me though! Grows pretty easily here.

-Randy

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Josh-O

I noticed this new leaf on my Iguanura wallichiana and had to take a pic . It get's afternoon sun so it doesn't look it's best , but still a beautiful palm. Anybody else growing this palm , pics please .

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for getting afternoon sun it sure looks good to me :greenthumb:

They always brown tip real bad for us in California

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doranakandawatta

It seems your post teach me which species I grow ignoring since many years which species it is:

(I believed first it was Hydriastele beguinii, then Calyptrocalyx…. :blush2: )

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I am glad if I have Iguanura wallichiana in Doranakanda gardens and I wonder from where it comes.

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Richie

Thank's Randy , Josh and Philippe , they are a beautiful species Iguanura . Randy , the first pic look's like elegans , which is another awesome Iguanura, and Philippe i'm glad you could learn something from my post , yours look's great too . I am also learning a lot from Palmtalk too , which I need a lot more esp. Dypsis Id

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Gbarce

I've got one that is split leaf and green

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Gbarce

and another one that has entire leaves that are variegated

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Gbarce

really nice when the new leaves open up

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Bill Austin

Gene you certainly come up with some real little gems and so well grown.

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SubTropicRay

Shade and well drained copious water is needed. I baby mine but it's still resentlful mid summer when the temps are hot and it doesn't rain for a few days. Obviously in my climate, it is container grown and on drip irrigation.

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realarch

Stunning photos guys, nice little palms. Mine go through phases from looking good to not so good, and I suspect a lot has to do with exposure.

I've got one in shade year around, no direct sun at any time and it always looks good. The others, depending on time of year get more filtered light.

Richie, your's is looking good.

Tim

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I. wallichiana var. major w/ shovel for scale.
This is the one in shade all of the time.

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Richie

Tim , your's look great , especially the var. major and Gene , I love that variegated variety , it looks awesome , another one for my list :greenthumb:

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Pedro 65

Stunning Gene :greenthumb: and re what Bill A said , your "all year" choice weather helps , but yes you grow "choice" Palms :)

Edit. since its Richies thread, great growing Richie :greenthumb:

Pete

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doranakandawatta

Stunning Gene :greenthumb: and re what Bill A said , your "all year" choice weather helps , but yes you grow "choice" Palms :)

Edit. since its Richies thread, great growing Richie :greenthumb:

Pete

Pete, I love the reddish tints of your new leaves :greenthumb:

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Pedro 65

Stunning Gene :greenthumb: and re what Bill A said , your "all year" choice weather helps , but yes you grow "choice" Palms :)

Edit. since its Richies thread, great growing Richie :greenthumb:

Pete

Pete, I love the reddish tints of your new leaves :greenthumb:

LOL, I "Wish" Philippe, they are Genes. :)

Pete

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