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iamjv

Hey Kris, happy to see this thread resurface once again.... I planted this phoenix back in 1973 in Sierra Vista Arizona, at an altitude of 4600'; this past winter it had it's most trying winter to date, when it saw two consecutive nights of 3F and 8F! The canopy was totally defoliated but as you can see, it's making a full recovery. This is the second severe test for the palm as it recovered from 6F back in 1978. On most years it experiences lows around 20F and has minor foliage damage. Cheers.... Jv

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Kris

Dear Jv,

Nice to hear from you and thanks for that still.If possible can you post stills of that palm when its crown was full with rich green fronds.Yes any old classic stills of that palm is much appreciated.

Lots of love,

kris :)

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Jubaea

Here are some Pictures from Santa Barbara.

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Jubaea

Pic 3/3.

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Kris

Dear Dylan

Thanks for those beautiful visuals...

Love,

kris.

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Kris

Here's a lovely link for all CIDP lovers.And believe me those are from the land of CIDP !

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

And dear kim thanks for those wonderful photos...

Love,

kris.

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avanza

Thank you very much Kris and everyone.

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TheMadScientist

Here is a little picture of the donor palm for my seeds.....Kris, you're welcome to add this to other great pictures you already have of your favorite. Scott

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Kris

Gentlemen,

Thanks for the visuals and also for keeping this thread "Alive"

Lots of love to you all,

Kris Achar.

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Peter G

I planted 3 CIDP along my verge, I wanted something to protect my garden from the winds coming from that direction. They were planted approx 4-5 years ago when the area I live in was in it's development stages. On 2 separate occasions I awoke to find that first palm had been kicked out of the ground and lying in the gutter. Both times I just stuck it straight back in the ground and it is still alive!

Here's a pic around the time they were planted.

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This next pic was taken just over a year ago

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Peter G

Just found a photo from March, the first CIDP is recovering from a borer infestation, its had a hard life!

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PANGEA EXPRESS

My favorite planting of CIDP at Asti winery in Northern California, Originally an Italian/Swiss colony formed in 1881. I think the palms were planted around the late 1890's

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Kris

Dear Eric,

Beautiful still and that too in Big Size.I meant both the still & the mature palms in it.Its a visual delight and you have made me

feel very happy...

Thanks very much & Love,

Kris Achar.

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nomolos

Here is one From Tas

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Axel Amsterdam

Hi Kris,

this CIDP is growing in the center of London UK. Picture taken a couple of weeks ago.

Axel

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KennyRE317

Here is a little picture of the donor palm for my seeds.....Kris, you're welcome to add this to other great pictures you already have of your favorite. Scott

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i love the CIDP at that size. there's a couple of them that i pass by couple times a week that are just a tad taller and look absolutely amazing how perfectly trimmed they are, as much as i'd love to grow one i don't think my small space can manage the full crown before it starts trunking. if i had the money to put into one that's already trunked and shaved i'd do it in a heartbeat

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Maxim

Sochi, Russia

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dalmatiansoap

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Pal Meir

In Germany at 47°42'N:

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Kris

Thanks for the visuals...also for keeping this thread active. :)

Love,

Kris.

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dalmatiansoap

Chilling down the CIDP aley ;)

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Kris

Beautiful palms and great stills....Thanks.

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Howeadypsis

Fabulous pics in here. I must grow another, plant myself a date.

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Pal Meir

Fabulous pics in here. I must grow another, plant myself a date.

Just do it! And after one month you can enjoy a little baby CIDP :-)

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RobustaEnvirons

I personally find the CIDP to be amazing. Here it is growing in England of all places! How is it able to grow in England, when I would stand no chance at keeping one alive here in Toledo, Ohio (6B)? England is further north than Toledo, Ohio as well. Its a hop away from the Arctic Circle, but yet this CIDP looks as if it can't be bothered! Totally awesome!

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Palmaceae
9 minutes ago, RobustaEnvirons said:

I perfonally find the CIDP to be amazing. Here it is growing in England of all places! How is it able to grow in England, when I would stand no chance at keeping one alive here in Toledo, Ohio (6B)? England is further north than Toledo, Ohio as well. Its a hope away from the Arctic Circle, but yet this CIDP looks as if it can't be bothered! Totally awesome!

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Even though England is further north, it has a much more temperate climate than Ohio as it has the effects of the gulf stream keeping it warmer.

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RobustaEnvirons
2 minutes ago, Palmaceae said:

Even though England is further north, it has a much more temperate climate than Ohio as it has the gulf stream keeping it warmer.

Oh, well that bites. Its pretty bad when England is warmer than Toledo, Ohio. Geez, I can't win. Ironically, the USDA websites shows the areas directly around the Great Lakes to be warmer than areas inland of the Great Lakes. So at least Toledo is a little warmer than if it were more inland. But, still nowhere as warm as England I'd imagine (judging from the size of that CIDP). Oh well, I can't wait until I can move to Orlando.  

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Howeadypsis

Got one sprouting, planted in November 

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Howeadypsis

Here is one of my sprouted P.cs

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Howeadypsis
On 02/12/2015, 00:15:00, Palmaceae said:

Even though England is further north, it has a much more temperate climate than Ohio as it has the effects of the gulf stream keeping it warmer.

I wouldn't be able to keep one alive if we have a hard winter here in Northern England. We've had temps as low as -20c in the past. Tho the past few winters have been very mild!

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Matthew92

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NorCalKing
On May 30, 2013 at 1:03:59 PM, Axel Amsterdam said:

Hi Kris,

 

this CIDP is growing in the center of London UK. Picture taken a couple of weeks ago.

 

Axel

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How do these look so good with the cool rainy winter they have?

Wow. 46f daytime high in the winter that's very cold. And only 36f overnight. I'm impressed these do so well there!

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14 hours ago, samirbouag said:

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