I've got fresh seeds I collected from a silver Copernicia prunifera in a Fort Myers City palm park. This year is the first time I have ever seen this palm seeding. I believe that because of covid-19 city maintenance on its palm parks has lagged - normally groundskeepers cut down inflorescenses. Many palms in this park are now flowering and seeding so I hope to find more interesting palm seeds later this year. Unless, of course, the City gets its act together again. Read about this species below:
Copernicia prunifera seeds: $0.25 each Minimum Purchase: $10.00
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Bought 30 Hyophorbe verschaffeltii seeds from Germany (ebay seller) and 70 seeds from Belgium (Graines.be). The ones from Germany seem to match the photo on RPS website and other online photos, but the ones from Belgium (Graines.be) look so different. Does anyone have an idea what kind of seeds I received from Graines.be instead of Hyophorbe verschaffeltii? Photos are attached. The first photo with elongated seeds is from German seller. The second photo with seeds reminding of some tropical fruit are from Graines.be. Which ones are true Hyophorbe verschaffeltii and what kind of seeds are in the second photo?
I have seeds I lost the label for and not sure if there is any difference in the three species seeds. I am going to grow them regardless.
They were from Montgomery Botanical Garden seed auction. I got seeds from Sabal Maritima, domingensis, and Causarium.
The seeds are rather small and dark, no bigger than a Sabal Palmettos.
Maybe if I can’t identify them as seeds, Someone will know if they look different as seedlings, so I know before they are decades old!
What time of year does W. Filifera or Robusta flower and produce seed?
Awhile back I posted photos of the first surviving crop of seeds from my Dypsis lanceolata. Those seeds are harvested and ready to go to new homes.
This is a clustering Dypsis but only sparsely so. My palm has two stems and is 8-10' tall. It is notable for its unusually long, arched fronds and wide, rippled leaflets. It is closely related to Dypsis pembana and cabadae.
Dypsis lanceolata fresh seeds: 50 @ $10.00 for the lot
100 @ $15.00 for the lot
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