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Its overcast tonight, humidity is up which is a nice change. First time taking night pictures with this phone on this beautiful night :D first up Butia Odorata I suppose. 

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Chamaerops Humilis var. Cerifera

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Brahea Edulis

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Livistona Austrailis

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Trachycarpus Princeps

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Nannorrhops Arabica, took a little bit of winter damage its first winter. I expect this one to gain more hardiest each year.

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Sabal Uresana

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Trithrinax Campestris 

 

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Jubaea Chilensis 

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James760

Thanks for looking! :D

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Marius

Hi James760. You have a great selection of hardy palms that all look really healthy. 

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James760

Thank you Marius! I appreciate it :greenthumb:

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SailorBold

Great selection of desert palms I must say..  Everything looks very healthy too..  I look forward to seeing this turn into a jungle in a few years!

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James760
9 hours ago, SailorBold said:

Great selection of desert palms I must say..  Everything looks very healthy too..  I look forward to seeing this turn into a jungle in a few years!

Thank you! I'll post an update of some other desert palms in July :D

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57 minutes ago, James760 said:

Thank you! I'll post an update of some other desert palms in July :D

James, that Trithrinax campestris looks really cool!  And the colors on the Butia, Trachycarpus and Chamaerops really stand out in the light too.  Dahlia is camera shy?  LOL!

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Lol! :floor:.. She's on guard duty lol!  She's a big photo bomber though! She was actually looking at the camera a second before I took the photo.

I tired to get a scale of the Trithrinax Campestris with my daughter kneeling next to it but the quality wasn't that great, of course with Dahlia next to her & this time Wednesday been camera shy LOL!

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