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This is my oldest photo of a Ph canariensis, taken in March 1964 somewhere in Greece (maybe @Phoenikakias knows where it is?):

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Phoenikakias

Pal, in 1964 I was yet unborn! Landscape must have changed quite since then. I have never come across those sculptures for example.

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palmfriend

 

Kris,
 

it is really impressive! Those palms are from the CANARY islands and doing so well over there like they have never belonged to another place -

Thank you very much for posting!

Best regards -

Lars

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Kris

This was posted by Eric in Orlando in "http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?/topic/55240-could-this-be-the-one-of-tallest-cidp-in-florida/"

The tallest I have seen in Florida are growing by the Taber Public Library in Macclenny, about 20 miles west of Jacksonville. This building is the old Baker County Courthouse, built in 1908.

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bgl

How about a few more!? :) At Plaza Independencia in Montevideo, Uruguay, this morning.:rolleyes:

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Kris

Thanks Thanks...Its beautiful :greenthumb:

 

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Nakheel1412

Hi @Kris !

Took this picture yesterday while I was waiting for the train :P

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Kris

Very nice. Thanks.

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Kris
22 hours ago, MikeGSoCal said:

So I just bought a new house and it has a huge CID Palm in the front. I just had it trimmed up and it’s looking great.

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