By Pal Meir
For hybrides with Cocos nucifera or else!
This palm is imo also L weddellianum, but I am not sure:
And 2 years ago:
And when they were still younger:
And 4 months after birth, er, germination:
Now I am intending to keep my 3 one year young L batavum as small bonsai palms. First, I will keep them as long as possible in their tiny Ø8xH9cm clay pots. Second, I will expose them also to direct sunlight, but watching that they don’t get burned.
@Jamesasb , you have mentioned (and posted a pic) one year ago that you are making one of your L weddellianum to a bonsai. Are there already visible and positive results?
Here the desktop-sized N°1306c:
And here the 3 new bonsai candidates: