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Is this a prophyll of an upcoming inflorescence?

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Pal Meir

Hmm, the tips of the inflo are browning, doesn’t look very happy … :bemused: Maybe the temps on the windowsill are to low, 19°C ±1?

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Palmarum

For many palms, containerized or not, the first couple inflorescences may come out small or weird-looking. It takes a little while for the palm to 'get it right'.

It is very nice to see this species reach maturity in cultivation. It's cool in all respects and an incredible achievement. Das ist sehr gut.

Ryan

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Pal Meir

Two weeks later … :interesting:

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»… peduncle ca. 32-66 cm …« :hmm: !?

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Pal Meir

Only dried buds … :bemused:

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Pal Meir

And this one too doesn’t look better:

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