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Now that the Bizzie is over 25' people's eyes are popping out

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Jubaea

Here is a picture of mine that I purchased and planted today.  I have been thinking about trying another one and got inspired with this thread.   The second is a nice trunking male in the Santa Barbara area taken today.

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Danilopez89

Bizzies are best suited for the hot deserts...

Here's one with a flowering nonnorrhops in front of it. 

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I also have one that I planted in Dec 2012 with 25' of trunk but its too dark outside already for me to be able to get a decent pic. :mrlooney:

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Kris

Dear Dave,

Fantastic visual,all my fav palms in it !  :P

Dear Trevor Klat, Beautiful visual and great garden landscaping..:greenthumb:

Love,

Kris.

BTW.This thread is becoming better and better with stunning visuals of our loved one.

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DoomsDave

This is Paul Denton (Paulgila), before his Bizzie a while back.

I suspect it's got a bit more trunk by now.

Member Paul Denton and his magnificent Bismarckia nobilis in San Diego.

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Phoenikakias

Wow! It is almost as beautiful as mine!

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Alicehunter2000

 Rob's Neighbors

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Palm Tree Jim
9 hours ago, Danilopez89 said:

Bizzies are best suited for the hot deserts...

Here's one with a flowering nonnorrhops in front of it. 

IMG_20160710_57126.thumb.jpg.9443bb5397a

 

I also have one that I planted in Dec 2012 with 25' of trunk but its too dark outside already for me to be able to get a decent pic. :mrlooney:

All those palms look great!

Is that regia as well?

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Kris

Rob's neighbours are encouragable. Its clear they are our type Palm nuts.

Btw. David it took a while to contain my laughter..thats a good one.

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DoomsDave
2 hours ago, Alicehunter2000 said:

 Rob's Neighbors

2016-07-11 08.26.38.jpg

They're here!

The Marty Feldmans!

Run for your lives!

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Danilopez89
3 hours ago, Palm Tree Jim said:

All those palms look great!

Is that regia as well?

Yes it's a royal palm and I'm pretty sure it's a regia although the tag says it's a "Roystonea Hispaniola" - Royal palm of Haiti. 

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DoomsDave
13 hours ago, Danilopez89 said:

Bizzies are best suited for the hot deserts...

Here's one with a flowering nonnorrhops in front of it. 

IMG_20160710_57126.thumb.jpg.9443bb5397a

 

I also have one that I planted in Dec 2012 with 25' of trunk but its too dark outside already for me to be able to get a decent pic. :mrlooney:

Is that Allen Valley or the other guy?

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Danilopez89
40 minutes ago, DoomsDave said:

Is that Allen Valley or the other guy?

That's Allan Valley's front yard.

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foxtail
On 7/10/2016, 10:32:46, Tracy said:

I guess there is a certain liability factor to any of the large palms when they get big and fronds drop.  Perhaps you were referring to the aesthetic value of having it lower and more at a scale that is easily viewed though?

Aesthetic ... looks over pruning with the ages

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Phoenikakias

Another individual growing in my garden

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Kris

Dear Konstantinos Theodoropoulos,

Beautiful bizzy It has as nice colour.And I see cidp and a phoenix palm growing nearby. ..I like that garden very much.

Love,

Kris. 

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Phoenikakias

Dear Kris,

the spot of my Bizzie does not justice to it, as it is growing near a Phoenix porphyrocarpa, which has gigantic  leaves. So the poor Bizzie gives the impression of a dwarf palm.

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