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CIDP (Phoenix canariensis ) photos for Kris!

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Lots of very old and very tall Phoenix canariensis in Buenos Aires, Argentina! :)

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TexasColdHardyPalms

I am convinced that CIDP look better in California than anywhere else in the world.

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Xhoniwaters1
1 hour ago, TexasColdHardyPalms said:

I am convinced that CIDP look better in California than anywhere else in the world.

Quito Ecuador they looked perfect

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Kris
3 hours ago, bgl said:

Lots of very old and very tall Phoenix canariensis in Buenos Aires, Argentina! :)

Dear Sir,

Thanks for those lovely visuals and also for remembering that i love canary date palms very much...:)

Love,

Kris.

 

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Xerarch

I wonder why those tops ones are braces as if recently transplanted at that size. 

I remember seeing numerous very tall CIDP’s when I was down in B.A. a couple years ago. 

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Xhoniwaters1

Those braces look pointless. Maybe if they were 3x bigger

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Xhoniwaters1

Here is my only picture of one when I visited Quito. 

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TexasColdHardyPalms

Ohh yea, thats a good one.  

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Ben in Norcal

Yeah, why do the crowns looks so small on the BA specimens?  Hybrids?

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Xerarch

I think it’s just senescence with age, they are very tall. 

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Josh-O
4 hours ago, Ben in Norcal said:

Yeah, why do the crowns looks so small on the BA specimens?  Hybrids?

They look stressed probably lack of water?

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Josh-O

Dang Bo you sure do get around :) 

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TexasColdHardyPalms

Here is a pic that I ran across the other day on the computer from a few years ago.  I think this was near Brentwood.  I remember the ones in San Francisco being just as nice as the one pictured above in Quito, but not nearly as large as the LA ones.  I believe these were planted in the mid 20's if I remember my history correctly.

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bgl
1 hour ago, Josh-O said:

Dang Bo you sure do get around :) 

Just getting started! :D

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Josh-O
1 hour ago, bgl said:

Just getting started! :D

I can easily fit is one of your suitcases :)

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bgl
8 hours ago, Josh-O said:

I can easily fit is one of your suitcases :)

Oh, suitcases are for amateurs! :D I travel with carry on only.B)

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bgl

Found many more today! :)

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Josh-O
15 hours ago, bgl said:

Oh, suitcases are for amateurs! :D I travel with carry on only.B)

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DoomsDave
On 1/13/2018, 6:06:40, TexasColdHardyPalms said:

Here is a pic that I ran across the other day on the computer from a few years ago.  I think this was near Brentwood.  I remember the ones in San Francisco being just as nice as the one pictured above in Quito, but not nearly as large as the LA ones.  I believe these were planted in the mid 20's if I remember my history correctly.

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bgl
7 hours ago, Tracy S said:

Where is this?

All in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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CroToni

A few small ones from Croatia.

 

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CroToni

 A nice fruiting female.There is another one close to it.This photo was taken 5 years ago.They grew quite a bit.

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CroToni

Here both are visible,but this photo is also old.When I pass by I will take pics.

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gtsteve

This one looks good, it is not far from me,I wonder how long it will last there.

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Estlander

Are these two some kind of CIDP hybrids? Never seen them have such long and thin trunks before. 

They’re in Destin FL.

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GottmitAlex

Once you see the CIDP's in San Francisco, CA, every other CIDP will appear lacking.  I have never seen CIDP's as lush and dark green as the ones in Frisco  (and its immediate surroundings, i.e: Pacifica)

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Estlander
2 minutes ago, GottmitAlex said:

Once you see the CIDP's in San Francisco, CA, every other CIDP will appear lacking.  I have never seen CIDP's as lush and dark green as the ones in Frisco  (and its immediate surroundings, i.e: Pacifica)

Yes, they seem to prefer cooler temperatures and lower humidity like in their native Canary Islands. 

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GottmitAlex
9 minutes ago, Estlander said:

Yes, they seem to prefer cooler temperatures and lower humidity like in their native Canary Islands. 

That may be in the Canary Islands. However San Francisco, although constantly cool, is quite humid. I guess, what I'm trying to say, that area is not a dry one, as say, San Diego. (I am unaware of the year round RH in the Canary Islands)

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Estlander

AVERAGE HUMIDITY IN TENERIFE

  • On average, November is the most humid.
  • On average, July is the least humid month.
  • The average annual percentage of humidity is: 61.0%
The mean monthly relative humidity over the year in Tenerife, Canary Islands.
 

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Estlander
10 minutes ago, GottmitAlex said:

Pics are from May of this year. These are in the Mission District. 

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They certainly look lush and green. Not sure what the soil is like in San Fran. but they seem to be getting the nutrients they need over there. 

I’ve been to Tenerife. They look like that over there as well.

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Kris
10 hours ago, GottmitAlex said:

Pics are from May of this year. These are in the Mission District. 

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Beautiful visuals...Thanks.

 

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Mr.SamuraiSword

Brunswick Georgia

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Xhoniwaters1

Waoo Brunswick Georgia Nice. Must be Burt Reynolds or somethin

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