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Update, but during our winter time their growth rate became still slower. :asleep:

I hope the warm shower will wakeup them:

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Happy germination day, N°1601! Today 4 yr old:

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New frond unfolding. — In contrast to Tahina spectabilis this palm species is already extinct in its only habitat Bahia.

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And a further new frond unfolding on another palm:

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