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Monòver

And other classic, Chambeyronia opening the new leaf with the Actinokentia.

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Jan Jo
3 hours ago, Monòver said:

And other classic, Chambeyronia opening the new leaf with the Actinokentia.

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Nice :)

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John hovancsek

A little color from the garden this morning. Iguanura and a. Martiana

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Mangosteen

Is this my Areca macrocalyx? The label has long since vanished. Added a freshly cut heliconia from the garden for a little more color.

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Tracy S

Yes. Areca macrocalyx red. Very beautiful and well grown.

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Hilo Jason

Dypsis Ovobontsira opening a new leaf. 

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realarch

Ohhh...ahhhhh. 

Here's a D. ampasindavae opening up. (sp)

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Palm Tree Jim

Starting to open.

Dypsis dransfieldii.

 

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Palm Tree Jim

I believe this is the gold form of lutescens.

 

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Hilo Jason
9 hours ago, Palm Tree Jim said:

I believe this is the gold form of lutescens.

 

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Wow, very nice!!

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John hovancsek

a few palms that caught my eye this morning

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Kim

This is a favorite thread to revisit often. Time to contribute.

Dypsis carlsmithii showing off

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Dypsis ”orange crush” drops a frond to show some color  

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colin Peters

Some Lyon color,  Pinanga maculata, Dypsis fibrosa, heterospathe del, and Calyptrocalyx leptostachys

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Palm Tree Jim

Teddy bear.

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colin Peters

more Lyon, first split leaf Licuala cordata, Pinanga speciosa, awesome purple,  Third unkown Areca specie,  with vertical infructescence,  shot of Marojejya darianii truck,  lastly Metroxylon sagu.

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SWFLchris

Freshly trimmed spindle triple showing some nice color

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John hovancsek

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Jupiter1

D. manajarensis :wub:

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Jupiter1

Watermelon growing well at a friends house here in central FL showing great color.  

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GottmitAlex

Red Tahití dwarf/ a.k.a Ragaroa dwarf /a.k.a Haari Papua.

Nice deep orange color to it.

 

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GottmitAlex

B.alfredii. Its rachis showing a nice purple hue 

 

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gtsteve

The first one is cheating but the fruit are a lovely balance with the other Farfugium/Ligularia and ginger plants.

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Hilo Jason

Here’s my orange Crytostachys that is opening a red new leaf! 

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Palm Tree Jim

Very nice Jason.

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Tracy

While it isn't the deepest colored leaf, I now regularly see two colorful leaves emerging on my Dypsis crinita.  Since it has now split into four growth points, someday I hope to see all four opening a colorful leaf at once!  Two will have to do for today though.

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Tracy

Some very subtle color on a Kentiopsis oliviformis leaf emerging.  While subtle, it still caught my eye when I walked through the garden.

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GottmitAlex

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golden malayan coconut spear about to open in the Southern California region.

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realarch

Here's a couple more....

1.  Heterospathe 'sompin or nother'

2. Actinokentia divaricata

Tim

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ruskinPalms

Nothing too exotic by colorful none the less. 

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realarch

Lanonia dasyantha are fantastic understory palms, fairly fast, not finicky, and showy. 

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realarch

A couple more of a smaller Dypsis 'orange crush' growing out of solid rock. The other one, growing in decent soil, is much more robust, but colorful no matter the size.

Tim

 

 

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Missi

Roscheria melanochaetes 

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joe_OC

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realarch

This Pinanga speciosa was looking pretty happy this morning. 

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ViVid

My little baby areca alba 

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ViVid

dypsis baronii from nz botanical garden 

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ViVid

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Tracy S

Welfia regia with a new leaf. Then an areca vestiaria red form with an areca macrocalyx  Marie in the background.

 

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Tracy S

Here we go with that second picture

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palmfriend

Ripening seeds of one of my two Ch. metallica...

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Best regards -

Lars

 

 

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