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steve99

Dypsis Canaliculata

 

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Matt in OC

Back side of a new Chambeyronia leaf. 

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Really full garden

This Pinanga dicksonii always puts on a nice display.

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dmc

Forum member Tomw  for scale

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Pal Meir

Mellow yellow … :drool:

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Matt in OC

The most vibrant hookeri leaf I've had to date.

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And a token Jacaranda shot:

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Jan Jo

The first truly colourful palm leaf I ever got in my garden in southern Spain ;)

 

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Monòver

Nice Chambeyronia!

Enjoy it, this red color is only for a few days with the warm weather.

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Tracy

As my Dypsis prestoniana gets larger, it is starting to show off more color

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John hovancsek

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Jan Jo
On 5/23/2017, 7:53:30, Monòver said:

 

On 5/23/2017, 7:53:30, Monòver said:

Nice Chambeyronia!

Enjoy it, this red color is only for a few days with the warm weather.

Thanks Antonio! The photo was taken about 3 weeks ago, and that colour lasted no more than 3/4 days :(

Worth it, tho!

 

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realarch

Nice photos everyone, a bit of color on the board is always nice to see. Keep em coming.

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Palmaceae

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John hovancsek

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palmfriend

Hello everyone,

I have already posted this one but never realized the color before a new spear opens.

Here we go:

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best regards

Lars

 

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Kekoanui

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DoomsDave
15 minutes ago, Pal Meir said:

The colours of Doom™ (©@DoomsDave): :evil:

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EEK!

Home or hospice? :(

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Pal Meir
6 minutes ago, DoomsDave said:

EEK!

Home or hospice? :(

The (at present) oldest leaf (#5 of 12) of my youngest L insigne is wilting away at home … :crying: Though it is still summer, not autumn ………

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cm05

Trachycarpus wagnerianus at a nursery. I never noticed how blue they were until I saw them in person.

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Pal Meir

The colours of Doom™ (©@DoomsDave): Will the palm die? :crying: Have I to bring it into a hospice? :blush: Should I amputate the leaf? :sick:

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DoomsDave
11 minutes ago, Pal Meir said:

The colours of Doom™ (©@DoomsDave): Will the palm die? :crying: Have I to bring it into a hospice? :blush: Should I amputate the leaf? :sick:

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How about a picture of the rest of the plant? Leaves die all the time.

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Pal Meir
39 minutes ago, DoomsDave said:

How about a picture of the rest of the plant? Leaves die all the time.

The other leaves are only green :sick: and on the backside silver :huh:, so they are not suited for this colour thread …… :bemused:

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DoomsDave
1 hour ago, Pal Meir said:

The other leaves are only green :sick: and on the backside silver :huh:, so they are not suited for this colour thread …… :bemused:

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We all shed a few hairs now and again.

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Missi

I'm obsessed with colorful palms, especially mottled understory palms! Please share more photos, all! Here's what I can offer for now. A newly unfurled leaf on one of my Pinanga coronata 'Kuhlii'/'Blunt Leaf' plants.

 

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Missi

Okay, I have a couple more...

The very first blush coming out in my C. renda baby.

New leaves on Areca vestiaria 'Red'/'Maroon' is always lovely.

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Missi

The deep pink petiole/rachis of my Verschaffeltia splendida seedlings.

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realarch

You're killin it Missi. Verschaffeltia are really nice at this stage. 

Here are a couple of photos of Heterospathe 'sumptinorother' maybe H. intermedia. Never had the correct name for this one, but hey, it's a great palm.

Tim

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Palmaceae

How about a Salacca zalacca.

 

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Kai

Lovely thread!

How about some orange from Amsterdam?

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dmc

Calyptrocalyx elegans var. Boalak 

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Pal Meir

… and orange-yellow fruits with green eyes from Germany?

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doranakandawatta

orange yellow fruits from Sri Lanka ? guess which species :

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Pal Meir
43 minutes ago, doranakandawatta said:

orange yellow fruits from Sri Lanka ? guess which species :

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Calamus zeylanicus??? :indifferent:

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doranakandawatta
18 minutes ago, Pal Meir said:

Calamus zeylanicus??? :indifferent:

Oh NO !

Far from a Calamus, :D

But easy to find if you browse the Discussing Palm Trees forum this afternoon

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Pal Meir
4 minutes ago, doranakandawatta said:

Oh NO !

Far from a Calamus, :D

But easy to find if you browse the Discussing Palm Trees forum this afternoon

Sommieria leucophylla? But that’s not genuine Sri Lankan … :hmm:

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doranakandawatta
1 minute ago, Pal Meir said:

Sommieria leucophylla? But that’s not genuine Sri Lankan … :hmm:

Sorry, of course you're right, I meant:  in a srilankan garden...

BTW: Pal Meir, you a scientific palm friend: 
what do you think of these S. leucophylla and S. elegans being the same species? shouldn't be at least  2 sub-species?

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Alberto

Dypsis decipiens spear

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