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Hillizard

After the spear pull from earlier this year (see link above), the discovery of a new leaf on my Jubaeopsis this week was a great relief. Best horticultural surprise I've had this month and a fitting post for this "new leaf studies" topic!

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Pal Meir

Lytocaryum insigne, new fronds unfolding:

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Hillizard

My potted Pritchardia hillebrandii (aka 'Loulu lelo') captured some of the first rain of the fall this morning where I live (it overwinters in my sunroom). Hope that means my frequent garden watering days can now start to taper off for a few months 'til next year! ;)

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Tracy

Pseudophoenix sargentii which always seems to open with a little "poof" at the top of the spear in the first photo.  Second photo is one of the new leaves on a young trunk coming up from a Dypsis lanceolata clump.

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colin Peters

Calyptrocaylx albert. . 

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Pal Meir

Trachycarpus wagnerianus, 16 yr old bonsai (in Ø12xH10 cm plastic pot):

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Tracy
21 hours ago, Pal Meir said:

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Nice lighting filtering through in your capture.

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John hovancsek

New leaf on a pinanga ( please don't judge me on all the weeds) 

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John hovancsek

New leaf opening on h. Macrocarpa

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Tracy

Dypsis robusta new leaf opening.

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joe_OC

Your robusta looks like it has a couple of years on mine in the ground.  Can't wait to see them trucking.

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GottmitAlex

Delving into the leaf study itself, it's quite interesting to see the stark contrast between a green and a golden coconut leaf.

On the golden, one can see how "pink" the intersection is where the leaflet starts at the rachis/petiole.

While the green, is just green. Beautiful in its own right of course.

 

 

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JStraz

Here is a recent pic of my Arenga pinnata and an old pic from Samoa of Metroxylon warburgii var. tutuilensis with nice new emergent red leafed flame thrower 

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palmfriend

Hello there,

here the newest leave of my C.fallaensis seedling...

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Lower left - first strap (non-divided), lower right and middle left - second straps (divided) 

and finally the newest one - center, already split up into four. I hope it is a bit speeding up

now...

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It took a while but here is finally the newest leave on my Livistona rotundifolia (saribus) :D

best regards from Okinawa

Lars

 

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sipalms
On 9/9/2019 at 9:15 AM, GottmitAlex said:

New, completely pinnate leaf opening up from my 3 year old golden malayan dwarf coco:

 

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How many fronds per year do your cocos produce?

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Newpalmguy2769
On 9/7/2019 at 2:28 PM, Hillizard said:

Here's the newest leaf on my Hyophorbe lagenicaulis.  It's enjoying its summer outdoors, but in order to keep it alive it spends half the year in my sunroom. Got it originally from a local big box store, though this species is not really well suited to our local climate.

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If you think your bottle palm is not suitable for your climate I live in Ohio LOL. I am so surprised how well my two are doing and like yours here soon I’ll have to put them in the greenhouse. 

 

Thank for showing this beautiful palm. 

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Pal Meir

Chamaedorea tuerckheimii 15th leaf unfolding:

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Merlyn2220

Here's a "front side" view of a new Arenga Micrantha frond just starting to open.  My "back side" photos were all blurry this morning, I'll have to get another one with the sun on them.

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GottmitAlex
5 hours ago, Merlyn2220 said:

Here's a "front side" view of a new Arenga Micrantha frond just starting to open.  My "back side" photos were all blurry this morning, I'll have to get another one with the sun on them.

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Beautiful palm and quite cold hardy to boot.

 

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Kaname-kun

Three Geonoma atrovirens with new fronds . . . Geo1.thumb.jpg.63c371a05501eba48bacc5cb01a5c578.jpgGeo3.thumb.jpg.c08884747d11759e135a1ba470a9b7cc.jpgGeo2.thumb.jpg.89e3d52fc8ce0c05f32f8e3f0aed6012.jpg

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Kaname-kun

Beccariophoenix fenestralis and Kerriodoxa elegans.

 

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Kaname-kun

Areca vestiaria and Areca macrocalyx new fronds

 

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Kaname-kun

Calp]yptrocalyx elegans var Boalak and Pinanga maculata

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Kaname-kun

And Loxococus rupicola and Pelagodoxa henryana 

 

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Merlyn2220

And here's the underside view of an opening Arenga Micrantha frond, it's very "parchment" looking to begin with!

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palmfriend

The newest leave...

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...and the first really silvery one of my B. nobilis. :D

best regards 

Lars

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caixeta

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Hillizard

Newest leaf on my Brahea calcarea (formerly B. nitida) in the morning sun today. It looks more 'tropical' when it grows in partial shade like this. ;)

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Kaname-kun

Verschaffeltia splendida and Phoenicophorium borsigianum 

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John hovancsek

New leaf on dypsis ovo

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John hovancsek

The whole palm. 

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Hillizard

Newest leaf on my Actinokentia divaricata. It grows soooo slowly that each new leaf is cause for celebration and commemoration! It stays outdoors year-round, with overhead protection during the winter months here. Doesn't tolerate full summer sun where I live either.

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Tracy

Dypsis ambositrae keeps those reins on for a long time.  Spring is here as the Dypsis in the garden are all pushing out new leaves simultaneously now as opposed to a random one here and there through winter.

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palmfriend

Nothing special but somehow beautiful...

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new leaf of my C. mitis.

best regards from Okinawa 

Lars

 

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