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comic097

Piersoniorum 

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cisco

Archontophoenix alexandrae 'Beatriceae'

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TomJ

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realarch
On 3/9/2020 at 8:32 AM, cisco said:

Archontophoenix alexandrae 'Beatriceae'

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Cisco, you must be ecstatic, that palm looks perfect. Especially in Finland no less. 

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palmad Merc

Calyptrocalyx polyphyllus 

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cisco
On 3/14/2020 at 8:23 PM, realarch said:

Cisco, you must be ecstatic, that palm looks perfect. Especially in Finland no less. 

Tim

Thanks Tim. 

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Tracy

Recent rainfall and lighting really brought out the color on this double Dypsis decipiens.

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realarch

That’s nice Tracy. Sometimes two heads are better than one.

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jmniner

I dont know the name of this palm but it is showing off its color in my garden.

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gtsteve

A vestiaria is always up there.

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gtsteve

Is white a colour? but it looks good where it is.

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comic097

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Husain

Hybrid latan palm shows insane color formation 

 

 

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Cindy Adair

Hydriastele dransfieldii

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Subtle color to new leaf Verschaffeltia splendida

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Calyptrocalyx pachystachys mottled seedling begins to brighten.

 

 

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Tracy
1 hour ago, Cindy Adair said:

Hydriastele dransfieldii

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Spectacular structure to that leaf as well.  It has everything going for it with that color and structure! 

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realarch

Holy Hydriastele Cindy, that’s spectacular!

Tim

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Cindy Adair

Thanks Tim and Tracy!

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waykoolplantz

Renda Hybrid

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realarch

Cindy, I've got two H. dransfieldii and neither has ever thrown a red frond, a variation I was not aware of. Love the leaves on this palm though and like the genus as well. 

Tim

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John hovancsek

Firs pic hydriastele splendida and second pic at florabunda calyptrocalyx albertisiana

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Cindy Adair
4 hours ago, realarch said:

Cindy, I've got two H. dransfieldii and neither has ever thrown a red frond, a variation I was not aware of. Love the leaves on this palm though and like the genus as well. 

Tim

Thanks Tim.

Hmmm.... I have at least one more still in a pot so will see what happens when it gets bigger. Yes, the whole genus is very nice!

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Hilo Jason

First flower spathe on one of my Areca Macrocalyx. 

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Husain

My beautiful hybrid latan palm new frond mixed with blue and red color 

 

 

 

 

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knell

rare C. renda rainbow spadix... only seen a few but this was the best one, only lasts hours

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realarch

Been awhile, nice to see you posting.

Tim

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Hilo Jason
1 hour ago, realarch said:

Been awhile, nice to see you posting.

Tim

I agree with Tim!

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colin Peters

Burretiokentia dumasii. Shown this palm before, but this new

leaf even more colorful. Maybe because it is getting more mature?

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Cindy Adair

Beautiful Colin! Love your stone path too.

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Kim

Calyptrocalyx albertisianis. The original photo is much more vivid  

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realarch

A couple more....

Pinanga caesia

Dictyocaryum larmarckianum (2)

Satakentia liukiuensis

Tim

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colin Peters

Really Nice Time. Has the Satakentia shown purple hue since it was small? Maybe Iʻll have to get a couple from Floribunda. My P. caesia seed looks

like yours I have only gotten seed twice after many failures. Has yours set any seed?

aloha

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OC2Texaspalmlvr
4 hours ago, realarch said:

Dictyocaryum larmarckianum

Wow just wow has to be photo shopped right :yay:

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realarch

Colin, the three Satakentia in the garden have always had a little purple coloring, but recently are showing more. They’ve been in the ground

for eight or so years, so it’s taken a long time. I do like how smooth and clean they look.

TJ, no photoshop......honest. Right after leaf sheath fall, they’re more purple and then slowly turn bluish.  Awesome palms.

Tim

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Matt in OC

We had a lovely rain storm this morning. Slightly adjusted but pretty true colors. 

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colin Peters

Nice Matt, something special about a good rain. That Dypsis coursai and condapanna look amazing . Funny had no luck with either here. after many trys. Nice companion plants, with

great color. 

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waykoolplantz

New growth Lemur

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realarch

Don't mind pulling weeds amidst all of this. 

Tim

 

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colin Peters

Tim someday when all this corona is done, I would love to come over and see your garden??  Hope you all

are staying safe.

aloha

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realarch
21 hours ago, colin Peters said:

Tim someday when all this corona is done, I would love to come over and see your garden??  Hope you all

are staying safe.

aloha

Hey Colin, the welcome mat is out anytime you’re on the Big Island.

Tim

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Mike in LB

This is a Pigafetta after fronds were cleared.

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Leilani Estates

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