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Pal Meir

 

Awesome Pal,,,

Are all  those seedlings yours? they look beautiful ...

Thank you, Mohsen. I am specialized in Lytocaryum: https://www.flickr.com/photos/palmeir/albums/72157632033234692

awesome Pal

I had a look at your Flicker...great photos ,,,, It seems you are into Palms for years :)

How do you get the seeds ? for example for Lytocaryum?

I am "growing" palms since the late 1950s. My first one was also a Ph. dactylifera, of course. – Since 2002 I purchase my Lyto seeds from RPS (the latest L. insigne 2014, L. weddell. 2013).

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Mohsen

 

Awesome Pal,,,

Are all  those seedlings yours? they look beautiful ...

Thank you, Mohsen. I am specialized in Lytocaryum: https://www.flickr.com/photos/palmeir/albums/72157632033234692

awesome Pal

I had a look at your Flicker...great photos ,,,, It seems you are into Palms for years :)

How do you get the seeds ? for example for Lytocaryum?

I am "growing" palms since the late 1950s. My first one was also a Ph. dactylifera, of course. – Since 2002 I purchase my Lyto seeds from RPS (the latest L. insigne 2014, L. weddell. 2013).

That's extraordinary Pal ... almost 20 years before I born ...you should be witnessed a lot of your seedling became huge big tress ...I hope you took picture from the beginning :)

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Pal Meir

 

Awesome Pal,,,

Are all  those seedlings yours? they look beautiful ...

Thank you, Mohsen. I am specialized in Lytocaryum: https://www.flickr.com/photos/palmeir/albums/72157632033234692

awesome Pal

I had a look at your Flicker...great photos ,,,, It seems you are into Palms for years :)

How do you get the seeds ? for example for Lytocaryum?

I am "growing" palms since the late 1950s. My first one was also a Ph. dactylifera, of course. – Since 2002 I purchase my Lyto seeds from RPS (the latest L. insigne 2014, L. weddell. 2013).

That's extraordinary Pal ... almost 20 years before I born ...you should be witnessed a lot of your seedling became huge big tress ...I hope you took picture from the beginning :)

No, I regret now that I didn’t. My oldest photos of my self-grown palms are from 1971. – Here an example of the same Archontophoenix cunninghamiana with photos of 1982, 1989, and 2012:

5613ac2dd06d2_Archontophoenix_1982-1989-

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Mohsen

 

Awesome Pal,,,

Are all  those seedlings yours? they look beautiful ...

Thank you, Mohsen. I am specialized in Lytocaryum: https://www.flickr.com/photos/palmeir/albums/72157632033234692

awesome Pal

I had a look at your Flicker...great photos ,,,, It seems you are into Palms for years :)

How do you get the seeds ? for example for Lytocaryum?

I am "growing" palms since the late 1950s. My first one was also a Ph. dactylifera, of course. – Since 2002 I purchase my Lyto seeds from RPS (the latest L. insigne 2014, L. weddell. 2013).

That's extraordinary Pal ... almost 20 years before I born ...you should be witnessed a lot of your seedling became huge big tress ...I hope you took picture from the beginning :)

No, I regret now that I didn’t. My oldest photos of my self-grown palms are from 1971. – Here an example of the same Archontophoenix cunninghamiana with photos of 1982, 1989, and 2012:

5613ac2dd06d2_Archontophoenix_1982-1989-

Thanks for the photo...that would be interesting to know how many different kind of palms you have ? I assume most should be in containers as you are in Germany

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Pal Meir

I posted a couple of photos on my "Before & After" thread: http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?/topic/46393-»before-after«-pix-of-potted-palms/

Since I had moved in 2008 I gave away almost all my palms (some 100s) to a zoological garden, a botanical garden, and private persons. At present I own only a handful Lytos (8 pots L. weddell. and now only 6 L. insigne, as I gave away just 4 as "freebies"), two pots with seed-grown Rhapis (humilis and micrantha, which were infected in 2008 by mealy bugs), and a bonsai (dwarf) Chamaerops (*1986). – Besides I had planted in ground two Trachy. wagner. in Heidelberg (not that in Victoria!).

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I posted a couple of photos on my "Before & After" thread: http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?/topic/46393-»before-after«-pix-of-potted-palms/

Since I had moved in 2008 I gave away almost all my palms (some 100s) to a zoological garden, a botanical garden, and private persons. At present I own only a handful Lytos (8 pots L. weddell. and now only 6 L. insigne, as I gave away just 4 as "freebies"), two pots with seed-grown Rhapis (humilis and micrantha, which were infected in 2008 by mealy bugs), and a bonsai (dwarf) Chamaerops (*1986). – Besides I had planted in ground two Trachy. wagner. in Heidelberg (not that in Victoria!).

Thanks Pal

"Before & After" is a great post ...good job :)

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foxtail

Great pictures, thanks for sharing.

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Mohsen

I could find 1 hour free time and went to SRBG again and took some pictures, I hope they are not repeated ...

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Mohsen

another visit to SRBG last week...took some photos but some might be repeated...I hope you like them:

 

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