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Mohsen

I am getting below seedlings in a good deal in ebay...they are sent to me in bare root...I need to pot them up when I receved them...any special tratment I shuld have...I am not even sure they can survive here or not : any comment be much appropriated :)

 

1-      Rare -Pinanga coronata ivory cane palm full sun small clumping palm 2 x seedling

 

2-      Rare palm Dypsis nauseosa or dypsis sp mealy bug COLD Hardy dypsis..!

 

3-      Rare Palm - Areca Vestiaria..” RED crownshaft Form”

 

4-      Rare Palm -Dypsis pilulifera "orange crush" Rare tropical looking dypsis

 

5-      Rare Palm Licuala ramsayi Tropical looking lovely palm...!

 

6-      Palm-Chamaedorea ernesti-augusti entire leaf small growing indoor 2 x seedling

 

7-      Rare Palm Dypsis arenarum BLUE cane palm, spectacular looking blue palm

 

8-      Rare Palm-Dypsis ampasindavae Rare tropical looking medium growing Palm

 

9-      Rare Palm Marojejya insignis Spectacular Species of tropical looking Palm

 

10-   Dypsis Plumosa lovely medium growing sp that retains lots of colour in this sp

 

11-   Rare Palm-Dypsis ovobontsira Rare tropical looking medium growing species

 

12-   Rare Palm-Dypsis rosea pink crown shaft Rare tropical looking small growing sp

 

13-   Rare Palm Dypsis sp aff Faneva rare entire leaf form, spectacular looking palm

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User00

wow !!!  great collection,i hope it will do. 

provide partial shade and you can use a large humidifier on dry sunny days

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Palms4Steve

Great selection Molsen. I would pot them up as soon as possible in a good well draining potting mix. Make sure you get the mix in between all the roots and water them in very well . Most of them should grow well here in Sydney. I have most of them growing here but some of mine I haven't had long. Good luck with the Areca vestiaria l have given up growing this one after many failed attempts. I had it growing in the ground for a few years but it looks worse after each winter till it dies.

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6 hours ago, Palms4Steve said:

Great selection Molsen. I would pot them up as soon as possible in a good well draining potting mix. Make sure you get the mix in between all the roots and water them in very well . Most of them should grow well here in Sydney. I have most of them growing here but some of mine I haven't had long. Good luck with the Areca vestiaria l have given up growing this one after many failed attempts. I had it growing in the ground for a few years but it looks worse after each winter till it dies.

Thanks Steve...

If I pot them up , should I wait few month before get them in ground?

BTW can I keep  Areca vestiaria as houseplant indoor?

and do you have  Marojejya insignis ? will it grow here ?

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Palms4Steve
5 hours ago, Mohsen said:

Thanks Steve...

If I pot them up , should I wait few month before get them in ground?

BTW can I keep  Areca vestiaria as houseplant indoor?

and do you have  Marojejya insignis ? will it grow here ?

Molsen if your going to put them in the ground l would prefer to get them in as early as you can before winter. It also depends on the size . I was thinking that they were seedlings. I have not tried growing Areca vestiaria indoors it might be ok. I do have marojejya insignis but I only bought it two weeks ago. Probably from the same seller. I was told it should be ok , I don't know anyone else growing it in Sydney . 

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Mohsen

Thanks Steve,,,

They should be seedling perhaps, not sure? be honest with you I am not sure up to which size we refer seedling...anyway they should be from the same source in ebay in qld...

If they are small( seedling) do you suggest I pot them up and wait for next year?

did you put your marojejya insignis in ground or pot?

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Palms4Steve

Hi Mohsen . If they are small I would pot them up and grow them on . If they are like 2 leaf seedlings they would get lost in the garden. 

I have not planted my marojejya insignis yet . But I do intend to, I still  am deciding where to put it, I am running out of room.

we had a trip to Queenland 2 weeks ago for a plant buying trip. So I could buy them a bit larger if possible.

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Mohsen

Thanks Steve

seems a very slow and difficult one :(  but I will give it a try :)

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Mohsen

 

Have a very busy day ( night) as I received 14 seedlings today :)

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recived them in a cylindrical tube container ...bare root in wet peat moss sphagnum...I soaked them for 1 hour in seaweed solution ...

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Marojejya insignis :

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Licuala ramsayi  :

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Dypsis nauseosa :

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Dypsis ampasindavae :

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Areca Vestiaria :

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DOUBLE Chamaedorea ernesti-augusti : seperated in 2 pots:

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Double Chambeyronia macrocarpa- separated in 2 pots :

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Dypsis arenarum BLUE cane palm:

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Dypsis ovobontsira :

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Dypsis pilulifera :

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Dypsis Plumosa :

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Dypsis rosea:

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Dypsis sp aff Faneva :

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Mohsen

and finally Double Pinanga coronata :separated in 2 pots :

wish me luck :)

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knell

Mohsen you are certainly ambitious, that is a really good purchase and great pictures! Are these from ebay?

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Palms4Steve

Hi Mohsen. How exciting when they arrive. Palms look good. Looks like you had a late night. It's amazing how many can fit in a postal tube.

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On 2/18/2016, 7:15:56, knell said:

Mohsen you are certainly ambitious, that is a really good purchase and great pictures! Are these from ebay?

Knell, I would buy more if I was not afraid of my wife :sick:...yes, all from ebay...not sure how many of them will actually survive here though ...

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On 2/18/2016, 1:56:39, Palms4Steve said:

Hi Mohsen. How exciting when they arrive. Palms look good. Looks like you had a late night. It's amazing how many can fit in a postal tube.

Yes, very exiting...but I had to go somewhere so I could only start potting from 9:30 PM , it took near 1:00 AM ...I amazed too how many was in that tube too:)

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Pip

Awesome, I  look forward to watching their progress.

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Mohsen

Recieved 2X Hedyscepes  and 1X Rhopalostylis Chatham :) Thanks to Troy :)

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Nice collection.  I live in a part of Florida with a somewhat Brisbane climate, so can't help with Sydney, whose climate seems unlike anything in the US, except maybe somewhere around San Francisco.  

I do have a couple of Lepidozamia peroffskyana in the yard.  One has been reluctant to grow and may be suffering a nutrient deficiency at the moment.  The other was a $20 marvel.  I'm hoping for two or three new leaves this spring.  A number of the Ceratozamia cycads thrive in cultivation, and considering that there's species from different climates/altitudes, I'd expect several must be popular in your area.  

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On 10/19/2015, 9:18:09, Mohsen said:

my Lepidozamia is having new fronds :)

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update : 23-2-2016

I really like this Cycad, specially when new fron is emerging...since then this  had 4 full frond and each one bigger/taller the previous one :)

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On 2/9/2016, 1:15:25, Mohsen said:

update of Ravenea rivularis : 9-2-2016

also my shows for scale for future , it getting fat since got it to ground from pot almost 3  month ago )

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MY Ravenea rivularis - 15-3-2016- It is having one new frond every 4-5 weeks...

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Mohsen

the only palm in the property I haven't planted  ...

Syagrus romanzoffiana...

I am sure what gonna happen to it as it seems there is no place for its trunk beside  the fence?! should I remove it or leave it?

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Palms4Steve

I would remove it.

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Mohsen
19 hours ago, Palms4Steve said:

I would remove it.

Thanks Steve

as it is in a no access place, I will need to cut it I guess... I rather don't do that but if I have to then I will do it ...

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Pip

A crow bar will allow you to chip, dig and lever it out.

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Mohsen

Thanks Pip,

can I leave it for a while before that getting bigger ?

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On 2/20/2016, 8:31:17, Mohsen said:

Recieved 2X Hedyscepes  and 1X Rhopalostylis Chatham :) Thanks to Troy :)

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Troy ( @Tassie_Troy1971 ) , should I plant them in to ground or better leave them in the pot and wait till next year...

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