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Hilo Jason

Looks amazing Tracy. I need to come by for a visit the next time I’m in California. I’d love to see it in person. 

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12 hours ago, The Gerg said:

Looking good Tracy. When one fills up that final spot in the yard it’s time to buy another house with another yard to create your work of art. Because we all know it is impossible to stop buying palms and other tropicals. It’s our addiction.

I can relate to this as I’m closing escrow this week on another property here on the Big Island!  Palm addiction really messes with the mind (in a good way!)

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On 10/7/2020 at 11:22 AM, Tracy said:

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I can't quite get this view anymore since this deck was replaced with more house... but if you look below, you can see a similar view looking out now toward the driveway and toward the small planter I have between a covered patio and the garage now.  Until that Pritchardia goes up more you can't even really see the driveway anymore.

Jason congrats on the new additional property on the big island!  One rental is enough for now for me.  I've helped one of my son's gardens with a Dypsis lanceolata and a Rhopolostylis sapida he and his wife picked out.  They are in a townhome for now so didn't have a lot of space for much more.  Perhaps if they get something with more yard eventually, I'll be able to donate some additional plantings though!

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