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Where are you going to plant the Joey ?  :;):

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nomolos

:;):

A shady spot out the back eventually

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ariscott

I wished I could build something like that here in Darwin. The cost of building here is so expensive with all the cyclone coding and everything. I couldn't believe how cheap it was to build in Brisbane. With the same money, we could've got a house more than twice as big as ours.

We just finished ours last year. It was really an experience I am not keen to do again!!

Regards, Ari :)

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nomolos

Yes Ari building is very stressful, I don't think I'll do it again

Cheers

Sol

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Tassie_Troy1971

Hi Sol ,

     " What palms are you currently growing? "

Here are some pics of the ones that are moving with me .

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chamerops

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2 triple bangalows !

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oops !

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phoenix reclinata > have to plant this far away from the house !

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2 pigmy dates ( going in 2 large planters on the portico !

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1 queen , they are tough as long as they get a good drink !

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1 sabal minor > grows as slow as a southern drawl ! too .

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1 trachy  > yeah a bit boring but great as a elkhorn host !   if you want a FREE  elkhorn fern let me know got plenty spare in the garden .

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2 giant bird of paradise , love these things although not a palm .

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3 washy robustas , these are a quick win !! in a Tassie garden , saw one in the pic of your old house .

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2 yucca elephantipes !

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Tassie_Troy1971

well thats what i am taking with me . All these palms /plants were outside in last winters unusually hard frosts and suffered no damage .

Here is my new place before palmification ~ !!!!

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Daryl

Nice looking house Troy. That should palmify well!

Daryl

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Paco

Those Washis look more like filifera to me. Nice palms.

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Exotic Life

Nice new living place, with a great view... good look with creating a garden.

Robbin

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Troy

Some of the things I have

Musa Bajoo

Phoenix Reclinata

Howea F

Ceroxylon alpinium

Brahea Edulis

hedyscepe

Dypsis Decepiens

Caryota

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nomolos

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Garden photo update

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Parajubea Coccoides

planted at back

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Ceroxylon to go in soon

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nomolos

Eutrepe Edulis ditto

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Tassie_Troy1971

A nice collection Sol , a bit more diversified than mine . The Parajubea Coccoides sounds like a good one for our climate . Musa Bajoo

the cold hardy banana look to be a good choice my banana died in winter 2 yrs ago so i got the GBOP !

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ariscott

I admire your effort... When we were in Tassie, all we've got were roses and tulips - and veggie patch of course.

Regards, Ari :)

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JasonD

Beautiful house, wonderful collection of rare palms. Did I see a Meryta sinclairi too? Hobart's temperatures must be rather similar to San Francisco's, where we grow Ceroxylons, Parajubaeas, Hedyscepes etc. (with gratitude for our mildness).

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(JasonD @ Mar. 19 2008,01:16)

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Beautiful house, wonderful collection of rare palms. Did I see a Meryta sinclairi too? Hobart's temperatures must be rather similar to San Francisco's, where we grow Ceroxylons, Parajubaeas, Hedyscepes etc. (with gratitude for our mildness).

Hi yes it is very mild here too

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Ceroxylon planted - notice the windows

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wedding palm

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Mystery Caryota maybe Urens?

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Cordyline Indivisia

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peppermint mulch

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