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    • Sapiindo
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      There so many in my garden

    • Efrain Casellas
      By Efrain Casellas
      I just got a Sylveter palm installed a week ago and i notice upon delivery it had a couple of brown leaves, i didn't think much of it because of the exitement , but now it have more brown leaves to the point of concern, is this normal? is it something that i can do to fix this issue? 
      The installer told my wife and i to water it twice a day 15 min in the morning 15 on the afternoon but how do i now if thats enough or may be is to much? 
      Here are some pictures i know is dark sorry and the last 2 pictures are from when we got it at the nursery , can someone please help me with this? Thanks

    • jaredthesir
      By jaredthesir
      Personally, for me it is the always impressive Canary Island Date Palm, with runners up including Nikau Palm and Trachies (due to their ability to grow in so many normally non palmy places). Of course it is hard to not mention the coconut palm in this list as well.
      Being from Michigan, I want to learn about more types of palms that I have probably never seen, and I want to see some of your favorites!
      As an aside I also wanted to thank this community for teaching me so much about palms, as I have a new appreciation and obsession for them, and I CANNOT WAIT to go to Fort Myers next week to see how many palms I can recognize after seeing them here. Cheers!!

    • PalmatierMeg
      By PalmatierMeg
      I woke up to news Cape Coral has been issued a freeze warning for overnight Sunday - thanks, Alexa. Gets better and better all the time. I got nearly a 1/2 acre densely planted with palms that haven't experienced lows below 40F in 5-6 years or more and nothing below 37F since 2010. If my bad luck holds it may be the end of the world for many of them. But if my luck changes for the better and the forecast lays an egg you won't find me complaining.
      But to focus my anxiety I went out and took "Before" photos for future reference. Up until a week ago, winter had been deceptively benign. I know, you really can't fool Mother Nature.
      I'll start with our Back Yard Jungle, aka "World's Smallest Jungle." It is situated facing south on a little ridge overlooking the equally distinguished "Isabelle Canal", our 80' wide freshwater canal (fact: Cape Coral  is home to 400 miles of salt- and freshwater canals, basins, weirs, boat locks and lakes that earn it the monikers "Venice of the South" and "Water Wonderland"). The back of our house shields the jungle from north winds. The winter sun moderates incoming cold fronts - usually.
      "World's Smallest Jungle", Cape Coral, FL, Jan. 2022

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      Areca catechu semi-dwarf

      Dictyosperma album

      Adonidia merrillii Golden Form

      Pritchardia pacifica

      Monster Archonotophoenix cunninghamiana

    • UK_Palms
      By UK_Palms
      50.) Phoenix Canariensis - Lambeth Bridge

      49.) Butia Odorata - Ham Street, Richmond

      48.) Brahea Armata - Bernard Gardens, Wimbledon

      47.) Phoenix Canariensis - Westover Road, Wandsworth

      46.) Washingtonia Filibusta - York Road, Chingford

      45.) Musa Basjoo - Musgrave Crescent, Fulham

      44.) Phoenix Canariensis - Mandala Way, Bermondsey

      43.) Washingtonia Filibusta - Paddington Docks, Little Venice

      42.) Jubaea Chilensis - Lordship Lane, Dulwich

      41.) Phoenix Canariensis - Sutherland Square, Walworth

      40.) Norfolk Island Pine - Star Road, Earl's Court

      39.) Brahea Armata - Merewood Road, Bexleyheath

      38.) Phoenix Canariensis - Ondine Road, East Dulwich

      37.) Washingtonia Filibusta - Collingwood Road, Tottenham

      36.) Phoenix Canariensis - Abbey Road, Belvedere

      35.) Nectarine/citrus tree - Winchester Road, Edmonton

      34.) Washingtonia Robusta - Stirling Road, Plaistow (private residence)

      33.) Phoenix Canariensis - Narford Road, Clapton

      32.) Washingtonia Filifera - Falcon Way, Isle of Dogs

      31.) Phoenix Canariensis - Heyworth Road, Clapton

      30.) Butia Odorata - Strawberry Vale, Twickenham

      29.) Yucca Elephantipes - Sutherland Grove, Peckham

      28.) Washingtonia - Old Brompton Road, Kensington
      27.) Brahea Armata & CIDP - Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove

      26.) Lemon Citrus - Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge

      25.) Orange tree - Stockwell Road, Brixton

      24.) Washingtonia Filibusta - Chelsea Physic Garden, Fulham

      23.) Butia Yatay - Ham Road, Richmond

      22.) Bougainvillea - Longbridge Road, Dagenham

      21.) Phoenix Theophrasti - Salcombe Road, Ashford

      20.) Washingtonia Robusta - Ashburnham Grove, Greenwich

      19.) Phoenix Canariensis - Mount Street Gardens, Mayfair

      18.) Butia & Jubaea - Chelsea Physic Gardens, Fulham

      17.) Phoenix Canariensis - Rum Close, Wapping
      16.) Butia Odorata - Chumleigh Gardens, Burgess Park

      15.) Washingtonia Filibusta - Court Lane, East Dulwich

      14.) Phoenix Canariensis - Mattock Lane Church, Ealing

      13.)  Washingtonia Filibusta - Barnsbury Close, New Malden

      12.) Phoenix Canariensis - Addison Road, Holland Park

      11.) Washingtonia Robusta - Chalk, Gravesend (private residence)

      10.) Phoenix Canariensis - Hackney Town Hall

      9.) Washingtonia Filifera - Dover Road, Edmonton (private residence)

      8.) Jubaea Chilensis - Packington Estate, Islington

      7.) Phoenix Canariensis - Warwick Gardens, Kensington

      6.) Washingtonia Robusta's - Mortlake Road, Kew

      5.) Jubaea Chilensis - Ham Street, Richmond

      4.) Phoenix Canariensis - Egerton Place, Knightsbridge

      3.) Washingtonia Robusta - Penywern Gardens, Fulham (private residence)

      2.) Washingtonia Filibusta - Darlaston Road, Wimbledon

      1.) Phoenix Canariensis - River Gardens, Fulham
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