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@Pal MeirBut how else can I show you the leaves of this palm tree lyto insigne? They are visible from above. What do you want more? I do not understand you.

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Pal Meir
23 minutes ago, Ilovepalm said:

@Pal MeirBut how else can I show you the leaves of this palm tree lyto insigne? They are visible from above. What do you want more? I do not understand you.

Are the backsides of the leaves silvery?

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Yes, leaves are silvery, but They are dry and have brown tips.

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Pal Meir
29 minutes ago, Ilovepalm said:

Yes, leaves are silvery, but They are dry and have brown tips.

For comparison my one year old seedling N°1401 and his roots; you should repot your seedling (with doesn’t look bad at least on the photo) in a small pot filled with very fast draining mineral soil and water it regularly.

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Wow, beauty seedling. Once you wrote, that they like a small flowerpot.

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@Pal MeirMeir Actually I'm on vacation. Will my palm last for 13 days to overdo it? I have it with me.IMG-20190722-142632.jpg

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7 minutes ago, Ilovepalm said:

@Pal MeirMeir Actually I'm on vacation. Will my palm last for 13 days to overdo it? I have it with me.IMG-20190722-142632.jpg

 

Hello, THAT palm is not a matter of THIS thread. You should discuss it on another thread. Btw it does NOT look healthy, the pot is too large and the soil too soggy.

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Why? Where should I write about lyto insigne?

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Pal Meir
5 minutes ago, Ilovepalm said:

Why? Where should I write about lyto insigne?

About L insigne here, but about L weddellianum elsewhere.

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But I wrote that it was L. Insigne. I do not understand you.

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Pal Meir
6 minutes ago, Ilovepalm said:

But I wrote that it was L. Insigne. I do not understand you.

 

42 minutes ago, Ilovepalm said:

@Pal MeirMeir Actually I'm on vacation. Will my palm last for 13 days to overdo it? I have it with me.IMG-20190722-142632.jpg

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THAT palm above is Lytocaryum WEDDELLIANUM and NOT L insigne.

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@Ilovepalm Here you can see the difference between L insigne and L weddellianum seedlings:

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N°1401 today 5 years 6 months old: :wub:

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Still in the same double pot (20x20xH23cm/18x18xH22.5cm) since 2016-08-24.

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After sunset on Balconia Germanica: :wub2:

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On 5/26/2018 at 7:01 AM, knell said:

the first flowers are coming out!!

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@knell And is it fruiting now? :interesting:

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On 7/22/2018 at 7:49 PM, Alberto said:

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@Alberto Have your L insigne already flowered? :interesting:

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Stem study: slender N°1408 vs fat N°1401.

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9 hours ago, Pal Meir said:

@Alberto Have your L insigne already flowered? :interesting:

Yes,it is flowering and fruiting

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10 hours ago, Alberto said:

Yes,it is flowering and fruiting

Any photos? :o

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It’s quite chilly on Balconia Germanica …

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Happy germination-day, N°1401! Today 6 yr old: :wub:

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This slender type of L insigne looks most similar to L weddellianum, but it had the longest strap leaves of all my 10 L insigne, today six years since germination:

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Lytocarissima: :wub:

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