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Palms4Steve

Mohsen I'm not sure if he has planted it yet.

He was very happy with it and has picked out a spot for it already. He really did like the history behind it.He has recently planted some Malay dwarf coconuts. You can see one in the background of the photo

i don't think there is any problem getting it to fruit there.

steve.

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4 hours ago, Palms4Steve said:

Mohsen I'm not sure if he has planted it yet.

He was very happy with it and has picked out a spot for it already. He really did like the history behind it.He has recently planted some Malay dwarf coconuts. You can see one in the background of the photo

i don't think there is any problem getting it to fruit there.

steve.

Thanks Steve

is he a member of PT...one day i will go there and take the address to visit  ;) 

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7 hours ago, Mohsen said:

Thanks Steve

is he a member of PT...one day i will go there and take the address to visit  ;) 

No he is not a member of PT. He was a member of Tropical Garden Society of Sydney. 

He grows a lot of different tropical plants and palms. His garden is only a few years old. It will be stunning in a few years time.

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On 22/09/2015, 7:09:07, Mohsen said:

Re potting day : My small Kentia and Majesty Palms

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Update on my Ravenea rivularis: 

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after 20 months in ground from small pot I bought From Bunnings ....its now about 3m tall and the base get fatter ...I have given it water at any chance I had ...when do they trunking?

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Palms4Steve

Its growing very well Mohsen. looks to me it should start trunking soon.

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Pip

Wow, I'm jealous of how quick that has grown Mohsen. Sydney's natural rainfall helps a lot. 

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1 hour ago, Pip said:

Wow, I'm jealous of how quick that has grown Mohsen. Sydney's natural rainfall helps a lot. 

I also watered it a lot...

but I'm not sure about its long term future as i planted on a rock but covered with soul so it's not actual ground but I checked and it's very firm and roots grew very well but not sure how further it can continue unless it finds a good crack or sometime like that ...

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On 13 April 2017 at 8:11:50 AM, Palms4Steve said:

No he is not a member of PT. He was a member of Tropical Garden Society of Sydney. 

He grows a lot of different tropical plants and palms. His garden is only a few years old. It will be stunning in a few years time.

Hi Mohsen.

I just have received an update on your baby. It was planted a few days after he receiving it in a prime position and has since produced a new frond.It is looking happy. Hopfully he will send a photo soon.

Steve

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On 21/06/2016, 5:56:00, Mohsen said:

also I update my new born son, Liam here as well so will keep him update time to time ;)

born on 8th June 2016 , 2,9 KG, 50cm length...

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Can't believe Liam turns 1 this week , grow faster any of my palms...time really flies...:wub:

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another photo of Liam today - 11-6-2017

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30 minutes ago, Mohsen said:

 

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A nice baby in good health!

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Palms4Steve

Hi Mohsen,

Here is a photo of your other baby as promised in its new home in Noosa. It's the one on the left, in front.

Regards Steve

 

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Jeff_Cabinda
On Tue Nov 03 2015 03:18:10 GMT+0100, Mohsen said:

I thought "Livistona chinensis" is very slow grower but this one grows noticeable as a houseplant :

first pic 2 month ago,  other 2 pics  now :

 

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Mine is planted outside medium to full sun. The green is not as nice as yours. Loves water obviously. I find growth slow but leaves production high. Very narrow space between leaves. Pardon my lack of terminology....

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On 7/1/2017, 8:10:56, Palms4Steve said:

Hi Mohsen,

Here is a photo of your other baby as promised in its new home in Noosa. It's the one on the left, in front.

Regards Steve

 

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Thanks Steve

Its great to see it in ground...I hope it will have enough space and also get enough full sun...in anyway, it  should be much happier than in pot ;)

 

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22 hours ago, Mohsen said:

Thanks Steve

Its great to see it in ground...I hope it will have enough space and also get enough full sun...in anyway, it  should be much happier than in pot ;)

 

It will get plenty of sun. Looks like that photo was taken late in the afternoon so looks a bit shady. It's planted next to his driveway in a prime position. As you can see he has planted a few others as well. Some of them are the Malay dwarf. 

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My Dypsis Carlsimthii and Lepto sleeping through winter , Liam for scale playing around ...

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My Jubaea seems awake but my Bizzy is in deep sleep in winter 

 

 

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Tassie_Troy1971

like the way you have used raised planter beds really helps too keep in the warmth to the soil in winter

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Mohsen

My triple Archontophoenix cunninghamiana is trunking I guess...

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Monòver

Yes, ready to trunk!!!

I think you will have a clear trunk after Summer. They are fast growers.

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On 21/09/2015, 10:29:36, Mohsen said:

my "Dypsis decaryi" , keep it as houseplant inside but will bring it out and eventually in ground:

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My D.Decaryi

moving forward slowly but surely ...

liam (17 month) for scale ...

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On 21/09/2015, 10:29:36, Mohsen said:

my "Dypsis decaryi" , keep it as houseplant inside but will bring it out and eventually in grou

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My small pool garden,

pool is emptied after 50 years 

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some update on my palms : 11/2/2018

1-  Wodyetia bifurcata :

its getting fatter and I can see some rings of trunk now :

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was like this 2 years ago :

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2- the triple  Archontophoenix cunninghamiana  :

almost my fastest palms so far in less than 3 years from very small pot and now few rings of trunk :bang1.thumb.JPG.e8c7b8d4a09adefd8ef42052bang2.thumb.JPG.355b843057d64c0a111b6113bang3.thumb.JPG.44330fb133f16655a2845bbcBang4.thumb.JPG.a117c7cc6d799f57dbc6c4af

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3- Kentiopsis oliviformis:

very slow but each new frond is longer than the previous one...

 

 

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4- Dypsis carlsmithii :

its very slow here...might need more heat...but still alive and moving...

 

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5- Beccariophoenix alfredii

I thought it might be faster here...

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was like this 2 years ago:

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Palms4Steve

They are looking good. It’s been tuff with such little rain.

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Palms4Steve

Hi Mohsen,  I recently visited my friend in Noosa and checked out how your baby is doing.  Here's an updated photo :D

Cheers,

Steve

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Thanks Steve

Sorry just see this one...it seems really happy ...

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On 2/11/2018 at 8:34 PM, Mohsen said:

5- Beccariophoenix alfredii

I thought it might be faster here...

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was like this 2 years ago:

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update on my Beccariophoenix alfredii...it moves like a turtle but it moves :(

we have along winter ...the minimum was not as cold as last winter but its been long...

 

 

 

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