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Hey guys,
I just wanted to give a shout out to Jeff Searle.  We lost a lot of our palms last year due to Hurricane Irma.  Last week Jeff spent half of his day with us helping us pick out lots of beautiful palms to go back in our garden.  I will post some pictures when this wind stops and we can get them in the ground. 
Thanks again Jeff.

Joe and Kim

 

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Moose

From what I heard, the Caribbean species held up well, recovering from the storm if nothing crushed them. Coccothrinax, Copernicia, etc.

Joe what did you score if you don't mind me asking? :interesting:

 

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BPK Palm Addict

Here are a few from the list.

Areca macrocalyx  red form
Areca vestiaria

Calyptrocalyx sp. 'kal keiyik'
Drymophloeus oliviformis
Dypsis leptocheilos
Hydriastele dransfieldii 
Licuala sallehana
Pinanga coronata
Dypsis saintelucei

 

 

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Chatta

Jeff is the best!

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Moose
8 hours ago, BPK Palm Addict said:

Here are a few from the list.

Areca macrocalyx  red form
Areca vestiaria

Calyptrocalyx sp. 'kal keiyik'
Drymophloeus oliviformis
Dypsis leptocheilos
Hydriastele dransfieldii 
Licuala sallehana
Pinanga coronata
Dypsis saintelucei

 

 

Excellent !!! :greenthumb:

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BS Man about Palms

I like the guy too. :D

 

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Jeff Searle

Thanks everyone. And after alllllllll these years as a grower and collector, it's still so, so much fun.

Jeff

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