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Kris

Dear friends, :)

if you have images and topics pertaning to Canary Isalnd Date Palm,Kindly Interact in this post_(thread).

I wish to see CIDP palm pictures and comments globally.

Thanks in advance. :)

Love,
Kris (s.india)

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Neofolis

Here are a few different angles of the same CIDP at Kew, as featured in my avatar.

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Similar view:-

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Neofolis

Another view:-

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JakeK

Some large CIDP's in Tres Rios Costa Rica (at 1770m).

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philinsydney

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Kris

Dear friends_NeoFolis,JakeK & Wrigphi.  :)

thank you guys for that prompt reply along with those lovely CIDP pictures.

I hope to get massive response to this thread since this palm along with washy's are considered as beuties that adore hollywood,beverly hills(heaven on earth)&las vegas...

so guys please flood in with beautiful pictures of CIDP.and it need not be from your residence or your gardens.(all pictures of this canarian beauty is welcome.

I fell in love with it 8 to 10 years back when i used to watch bold & beautiful,bay-watch & silk stockins_soaps.no doubt movies like beverly hills cop gave all the prominance to these trees.

till 2 years back i did not know the name of this palm,for years together i thought it was a date palm grown using fertilizers.

only after my encounter with seeds sites online i came to know its name.

i expect more pic from our esteemed forum members.

i have also borrowsed pic in webshots photo gallery's of zac & walt_very nice pics.

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Kris

Dear Friends  :)

this is a picture of CIDP.which i germinated from

seeds.and is around 8 months old.

it is left in full sunshine in my terrace,sorry for

posting it so late but i got hold of the camera only

recently !

Love,

Kris(India).

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Kris

Dear Carlo Morici  :)

Thank you for that beautiful link on CIDP in the

wild.

i have never visited those sites before_So i thank

you on behalf of all the CDIP lovers world wide.

Iam a die hard fan of CIDP & BIZ.

Love,

Kris(India).

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M@ximus

Ciao  Kris !

some  Phoenix  canariensis  from  Rome

Ciao

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DoomsDave

M@x!

Nice to meet you!

More pictures of your garden, etc?

dave

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M@ximus

Ciao  Dave!!

Unfortunately  ( for  me) the  pics  come  from  Rome   Botanical  garden

If You  wish  I  can  post  some pics  from  my  garden

But  the  size  of  my  CIDP  is   a little  bit   different ( sighh!!)

I  follow  This   forum  from a  long  time ( my  precedent  id  was  Polliceverde)  and  is  wonderful  to  see  how  many  insane  people  ( insane  about  palms !!!!)

going around

By the  way Dave,  You  swap  some  small  palms ?

ciao  to  all

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Christian_G

Hi Kris,

here are some Phoenix canariensis I photographed during my New Zealand trip in 2003. The pictures were taken in Picton and Timaru (on the South Island of New Zealand). They look almost perfect ...

P. canariensis in Picton - 1

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P. canariensis in Picton - 2

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P. canariensis in Picton - 3

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P. canariensis in Timaru

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Ciao from Switzerland,

Christian

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Christian_G

Hi Kris,

the Phoenix canariensis in the following picture is the oldest one in southern Switzerland, it was planted 120 years ago. In the background you can see a Jubaea chilensis, and the palm on the right is a Phoenix sylvestris ... from India.

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Ciao,

Christian

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Kris

Dear Maximas & Christian G  :)

your pictures are terrefic and iam glad to know

that iam not the only CIDP Crazy guy on earth.

thank you very much and i have no words to praise

you  :)

Love,

Kris(India)

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Exotic Life

Hi Chris,

I have some CIDP picture's for you from the south of France (Cote d' Azur)

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Exotic Life

More ...

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Exotic Life

And more

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Kris

Dear Exotic Life  :)

the pictures of france along with those CiDP

iam in a fix unable to say which is beautiful ?

is it beautiful france or our loved palm_CIDP.

And in post no 19 (First Picture) we can see that

the CIDP has undergone trimming popularly

known as pineapple effect trimming this is very

popular in los angles & las vegas.

when i spoke of this form of trimming our european

members of this forum were not aware of this type

of trimming.your picture explains my arugment.

thanks for those CIDP Images !

Love,

Kris(India).

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surgeon83

You have probably seen both of these, but here they are again:

I am pretty sure this one is less than 100 years old.  It is only about 60 feet tall, but it is the oldest I know of.  The house was built in 1887.

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This is where the name "pineapple palm" comes from.  Sorry for the dreary backdrop; picture was taken in January.

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Kris

Dear Surgeon  :)

lovely pictures and the second photo is very very

beautiful and what age will that palm be ?

love,

Kris(India).

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Gileno Machado

Hi Kris:

A few more from California's trip 6 months ago:

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Gileno Machado

La Jolla

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Gileno Machado

Phoenix canariensis, Washingtonias filiferas and W. robustas

I think it's in Del Mar...help me Califans...

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Gileno Machado

San Francisco (with Gileno Jr.)

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BS Man about Palms

(Gileno Machado @ Sep. 01 2006,21:17)

QUOTE
Phoenix canariensis, Washingtonias filiferas and W. robustas

I think it's in Del Mar...help me Califans...

Gileno- I work through out Del Mar and La Jolla a lot and I can't think of anywhere in Del Mar that would be.... Now I could think of a few places in La Jolla....  :)

I think your other shot was about a bloock away from one of my favorite Butia's.....Its trunk is about 3' across, then picture ALL the boots perfectly lined up for about 10' of trunk......now give all the boots or the trunk a very slight slow twist....thats what the trunk looks like....almost like a sculpture.

Bill

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BS Man about Palms

Here Kris,

This is a pic of my CIDP the morning it was about to be dug up and go away... :(  But it now resides happily in the middle of a horse training track near Rancho Santa Fe....

I am now embarrassed to say that I lived here for about 6 years before I sold the tree and I watered it......twice!    (yes in 6 years)  :(

DeezPalms - since you've been here, hard to recognise that used to be my back yard !!

Bill

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bgl

Lots of great shots of an impressive palm! Interestingly, I can't recall ever having seen one here on the Big Island.

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BS Man about Palms

and Kris....

Heres what I have fora screen saver, its from the Old archives, its somewhat famous and I thought Gileno originally posted it??

One of my Favorites... a Variegated CIDP

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Gileno Machado

Bill, thanks for the location ID. I feel sorry I didn't see your 3 garden helpers around the block...  :)

Here's the famous Phoenix elHoagiensis var. altadenum

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Carlo Morici

How many pictures! What a palm! I am obviously in love with this species and I am in the right place to keep my love pushing.

I have a request for the people in Southern France. As you probably know, the very first Phoenix canariensis established outdoors out of the Canaries were planted in Hyeres in the 1860's... in 1863 if I am not wrong. Some 10 years later, the "new palm" from the Canary Islands was a hit shocking the nursery trade and the landscapes of Southern France... it was much faster than Jubaea, hardier than P.dactylifera, greener than anything else. It became the tool to tropicalise the landscapes of the riviera while the newborne tourist industry was flourishing.

Back to my point... Are those first P.canariensis still alive in Hyeres? How tall are they? and of course... can we see them in pictures?

Carlo, Tenerife

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M@ximus

More  pics  for  You   Kris!!

All  the  bedt  M@x

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Exotic Life

Hi,

More for you then form the south of france :)

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More

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3

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Exotic Life

4 a lot of seeds :)

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More then

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6 also

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