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tejas1978

Lil Dypsis Mad Fox....must've loved all the rain we got here in So Cal

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Jim in Los Altos

Taken last month. Chambeyronia hookeriiimage.jpeg.287f0fb726ca06f8d9aba242c7bb3image.jpeg.f6a780791d8bd76f910ce3f161db8

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realarch

Nice everybody! 

JIm, C. hookeri really rocks that new leaf.

Tim

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John hovancsek

Just put this D. Utilis in ground and now the leaf decided to open. 

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realarch

That's quite a show John! Your garden looks like it's coming along nicely. 

Tim

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John hovancsek

Thanks Tim, things are coming together nicely thanks to all the friendly palmers on the big island 

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Hilo Jason

Dypsis Paludosa (I think, or is it  Mirabilis?)

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John hovancsek

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John hovancsek

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colin Peters

C. "boalak", showing some Christmas red, C. paucifloris?? red new leaf, Geonoma Sp. infructesence in full fruit

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realarch

Oooo...ahhhhh, nice Colin.Those Calyptrocalyx are showy little palms. 

That Geonoma almost looks like the fruit on my G. interrupta.

Tim

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colin Peters

Thanks Tim, Probably what that Geonoma is, they are all over Lyon. and are quite prolific little guys. 

aloha

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Hilo Jason

The newest leaf on one of my Areca Vestiaria (red form) is changing from red to green and this pink striping is a cool in-between phase!

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realarch

Pinanga caesia

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Hilo Jason
8 hours ago, realarch said:

Pinanga caesia

Tim

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I almost took a near-identical picture today of one of these you gave me looking just like this. Beautiful palms!  

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Hilo Jason

Bentickia Condapanna

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Hilo Jason

And how about some color compliments of Floribunda Palms - Dypsis Lastelliana!

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John hovancsek

Tim, that red is amazing.  I just have the normal 

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realarch

Aloha John.....oh, just the 'normal’ spectacular one. :D

There is one variation here in Hi. that has the red emergent leaf and is pretty common. The one without seems to have more mottling, especially when young. Both are beautiful though.

Tim 

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The Germinator

I have 3 Chambey's. Of the 3 I have, this smaller example is the only one that pushes color. My bigger trunking specimen has little to no color.

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steve99

 

 

Dypsis Pembana

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John hovancsek

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steve99

Dypsis "dark mealy bug"   &    Dypsis prestoniana.

 

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Hferrell87

Love the color on my tri-bear

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Hilo Jason
On 1/6/2019, 9:38:01, steve99 said:

Dypsis "dark mealy bug"   &    Dypsis prestoniana.

 

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Very very nice!

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comic097

Red form ceasia in oz 

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palmad Merc

Very nice Paul...

I'm hanging for my babies to hatch!

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Jan Jo

I know it's nothing like as impressive as many of the recent entries, but here's my little bit of colour...

Hyophorbe Indica...

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... and Dypsis Decaryi...

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Hope you like them,

J

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Hilo Jason

Two Dypsis with synchronized  colored leaf openings

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dypsis ampasindavae on the left and ovobobtsira on the right. 

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Merlyn2220

My first red leaf opening on a 3G Chambeyronia Macrocarpa in my nursery area!  I know they are common, but I like them!

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John hovancsek

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palmfriend

Hello,

I found this one this morning...

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...but I lost track about what species it is...:blush:

Best regards -

Lars

 

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colin Peters

Calyptrocalyx albert. in front of my kitchen window today. Watermelon and Verschafeltia trunks getting in the way and, Dypsis bentjii in pot in middle shot.

aloha

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realarch

Actinokentia divaricata. 

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John hovancsek

Such a beautiful palm but so slow

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realarch

Yes, it is s l o w....... I planed three together just to give more of a presence. 

Tim

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Kekoanui

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Kekoanui

Carpoxylon macrospermum in Satellite Beach.  Crown was a cool yellow color after removing the old boots.

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