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Loxahatchee Adam

Many Multi-Headed Ptychosperma Downtown West Palm Beach, FL

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Loxahatchee Adam

Does anyone have any background on these?  There is an entire block of Okeechobee Blvd in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida, USA full of multi-headed Ptychosperma.  One block over of Ptychosperma are all regular "solitary" Solitaire Palms...so it has to have been done intentionally.  Wondering if the growing points were intentionally damaged or if these were selected collected out of fields of thousands that had random multi-headed ones.

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Mike Evans

Don't stand around there too long, you may grow another head.  Good pics!

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Palm Tree Jim

What's in the water over there?

How many all together?

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Rickybobby

Good find 

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