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JJPalmer

I know it’s posted about a lot, but just some more photos I took the other day at Kopsick: 

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Eric in Orlando
15 hours ago, kinzyjr said:

A well-planted garden near South Florida Avenue with Dypsis decaryi, Bismarckia nobilis, Archontophoenix cunninghamiana (I think due to the green undersides), and Hyophorbe lagenicaulis (if you look closely near the 2nd Bismarck) represented if you move around on Google street view.  On the left side of the driveway, is that second palm an Elaeis?

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It looks more like an Arenga pinnata

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RedRabbit
2 hours ago, Eric in Orlando said:

 

 

It looks more like an Arenga pinnata

That’s the other one I was thinking it could be. I can’t tell them apart at that size without a closer look.

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