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Got Time Lapse Photos of Whashingtonia?

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PalmTreeDude

Does anyone have before and after pics of their Washingtonia growing? It is interesting to see their growth after years. 

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TexasColdHardyPalms

I posted yearly photos in a thread this summer. From one gallon to 14' of trunk.

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Pal Meir

Here a couple old Before & After pix of potted Washies.

1972 & 1974:

584d8b80c1fb8_Washingtonia72N11-0401.thu

584d8b87a8759_Washingtonia74N07-0305.thu

1982 & 1984:

584d8b8e3cd8e_Washingtonia1982-06-16N06-

584d8b9302240_Washingtonia1984-01-08.thu

1989 & 2012:

584d8bc5d3e8e_Washingtonia1989-09-07.thu

584d8bd17f9ed_Washingtonia2012-07-06IMG_

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iwan

I do not have a before picture, but this is three years growth (~6' of trunk) from a volunteer seed.   Do not plant palms, especially Washingtonia near a septic tank!  Roots got down through the clean-out lid and had unlimited water and fertilizer (and clogged the inlet).

 

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