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Palm spears, inflorescence & infructescence

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Josue Diaz

Inspired by the ever-active post Cycad cones and flushes, let's see photos of your palm spears, fruiting parts and seeds! 

 

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Josue Diaz

i'll start. This is a new leaf and spear on a copernicia baileyana that I thought was dead after a transplant. 

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NickRB223

Brahea armata spear emerging

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Silas_Sancona

Late afternoon, autumn sun through newly opened leaves on my older Sabal "Lisa" Newest spear hidden in the shadow, just left of center.
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Pal Meir

Lytocaryum insigne = Syagrus insignis N°1408 (*2014-03-05)

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Pal Meir

Chamaedorea tuerckheimii N°1504 (*2015-11-24)

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Pal Meir

Lytocaryum itapebiense = Syagrus itapebiensis N°1601 (*2016-04-20)

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colin Peters

Licuala sarawak "compacta"  at lest thats the name I got, an unknown specie?? from Jeff Marcus. like a small peltata, really nice. Pushing its first flower spikes. Hope it seeds. 

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JubaeaMan138

Big boy Baileyana opening up some new leaves . And holding onto 4 more Spears down below . This plant is a good 5 foot tall it is in full sun .

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tejas1978

Bentinkia codapana

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Dypsis lanceolata

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xvang01

Tribear bronze new leaf opening.

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John hovancsek

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Sr. Califas

Dypsis lancelota inflorescence

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Dypsis onilahensis  infructescence

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Teddy Triangle spear

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Pembana triangle spear coming out of the side. Apparently taking after its mother and going to split. 

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Tracy

Fruit on my Pritchardia maideniana (acquired as affinis).  I cheated and stood on the seat wall above it to get the shot, which is why my shadow is down below.

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Reeverse

Awesome! I took this one the other day of a small Bizmark I have. 

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Tracy

Burretiokentia koghiensis

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NOT A TA

They end up in Orlando for tourists to buy.

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Tracy
9 minutes ago, NOT A TA said:

 

They end up in Orlando for tourists to buy.

 

:floor:  Sold to them by someone with hair like this!  (Burretiokentia hapala)

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NOT A TA

I live near a big high school where many "walkers" pass by my house as well as all the school buses.  If I had a tree that put out an inflorescence like that hapala I'd put it on my head and mow the front lawn when school got out just to give the "Locals" a laugh.

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Tracy

Dypsis prestoniana... hoping for some viable seed eventually.  4th emerging inflorescence on this plant, with no successful seed set yet.

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Tracy

I'm wishing the sun would come out and stay out for a bit.  The flowers on my Dypsis prestoniana seem to be stalled "waiting for the sun".  It must be a big Doors fan...

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Rd003

Pretty basic but never gets old :) 

Cocos planted in 2001 

Bad quality.....

 

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Tracy

My larger Dypsis prestoniana is finally catching up with the smaller one by pushing it's first flower spathe.

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  The smaller one is also pushing a new spathe but it is on about it's fifth

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John hovancsek

Pinanga disticha.  I'm hoping for seed this year

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John hovancsek

B. Dumasii 

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Pal Meir

Six yr old Lytocaryum weddellianum prophyll of 1st inflorescence, interfoliar from leaf #21:

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Kim

Dypsis hovomantsina spear, approximately 15 ft. In length, about to crack open. 

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GottmitAlex

D. Carlsmithii spears.

The second picture shows it's spear opening up alongside a H. lagenicaulis.

 

(Three separate palms)

 

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Butch

  Hyophorbe lagenicaulis In Southern CA... I don't know if the seeds will be viable.... If any at all...

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PalmCraze
On 11/6/2018 at 7:30 AM, Pal Meir said:

Chamaedorea tuerckheimii N°1504 (*2015-11-24)

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Pal Meir
On 9/17/2019 at 4:40 AM, PalmCraze said:

Nice photography

Thanks! :)

Lytocaryum weddellianum: prophyll of 1st inflorescence, emerging interfoliar from leaf #21:

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