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And my own CIDP in the ground ...

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My CIDP

Picture : March 2006

He's growing a lot, at the end of this growing season i will take a picture again and i shall show them here on the board :)

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Kris

Dear Friends  :)

those pictures that you have posted are indeed

terrefic and i was feasting !

Dear Gileno (sr) we are glad to see your

son near the CIDP.he is a smart guy,convey my

regards and i appreciate that you are inducing the

love for plants even to your children_good work.

and the pictures of CIDP are very nice.

Dear Bs Man was that picture of verigate palms is

it true or is it graphics work,as it appears as a

military camaflauge uniform ?

Dear exocitic life ,U tend to prove your user ID Name_

you are an expert in exocitic palms stills taken from

exocitic locations_terrefic work.

I should say that when i started this thread on CIDP

i thought this would not have any response at all &

felt that this thread will vanish into oblivian in no time.

but seeing the response iam fabourgasted as how much info

you guys have on this beloved Palm.

But i do not know wheather the palm that i have

germinated will it grow to any of the size seen in your

pictures in my lifetime ?

thanks to all.

Love,

Kris(India).

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BS Man about Palms

(krisachar @ Sep. 03 2006,07:43)

QUOTE
Dear Friends  :)

Dear Bs Man was that picture of verigate palms is

it true or is it graphics work,as it appears as a

military camaflauge uniform ?

But i do not know wheather the palm that i have

germinated will it grow to any of the size seen in your

pictures in my lifetime ?

thanks to all.

Love,

Kris(India).

Kris-

That variegated CIDP is real, I found this link:

http://www.pacsoa.org.au/palms/Phoenix/canariensisV.html

Plus-Your CIDP should have trunk as high as you in 15 years or so...  :)

Bill

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Kris

Dear BS Man  :)

thanks for the prompt reply on those verigated

CIDP and for that link.

I wish to thank you for the details on the grouth

rate on my CIDP with reference to my life span.

thanks comming straight from my heart.

love,

Kris(India).

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PalmsZA

Hi guys

Below a pic on a cold winters day in Queenstown, South Africa. I posted this pic in 2005 on the old old board.

In the middle is a Jub and CIDP all around!

Cheers

Dennis

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Roaringwater

Here is a photo of a very old specimen growing at Fota Gardens, in the south of Ireland.  It was already 5.5 metres high when it was measured in 1966.

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soro

Chris, here is a photo of one that grows in Havelock North, New Zealand. I think this species just looks beautiful with full crown... Marian(o)

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Roaringwater

Hi Marion, that's a nice lush looking specimen.  It doesn't look like it's growing in a very dry climate to me, looking at those conifers.

To post a full-size image from your gallery, just copy and paste the url of the page, add .jpg to the end, then select the whole address and press the image button.  Not sure if it works with webshots though.  I use pbase.  Otherwise, you have to shrink your photo to 100kb to post it here.

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Kris

Dear Dennis,Michael,Marion  :)

thanks a lot for those lovely CIDP'S stills and i need more visuals for full satisfication !  :D

And Dear Soro(Marion) welcome to our forum and its the first time we are interacting in a post...

and if you still have difficulty in posting pictures in full resolution kindly visit this link..one of our respected member has taken pains explaining how to upload stills to this site..

The Link_1

And in case you want to highlight your stills from webshots directly in your post here,then visit this page for that toturial _

The Link _2

lots of love to you all,

Kris  :)

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GREENHAND

Here we go Destin FLA.

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GREENHAND

there everywere

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GREENHAND

in front of houses

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GREENHAND

this is my humble small one, but it is growing good.

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NBTX11

Couple local ones here:

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Kris

Dear Green & Dear Jim  :)

thanks for that lovely visuals...and dear folks keep them comming ! since i love these palms so much even in hell or heaven as a final destination,their too i would love see heards of CIDP's growing.if not,even my soul will not find peace going their...!  :laugh:

lots of love to you all,

Kris  :)

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SouthSeaNate
2197565210102804741S500x500Q85.jpgSome pics of C.I.D.P's in my home town of Southsea on the south coast of England...

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2275104610102804741S500x500Q85.jpgFinally some C.I.D.P's in snow, in L.A!

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Kris

Dear Nathan Wilson  :)

A warm 41ab2f5e.gif to you and your stills are great..love to see more !

thanks & love,

Kris Achar (India)  :)

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Jeff Searle

Would now like to switch over to seedlings of this palm. One, or two leaves, or just seed. Show all these and from different angles.

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iamjv

A couple of old phx cipd's that survived the two hard freezes of the 80's when it went down to 6F here in San Antonio.

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iamjv

Some phx cipd's in Zaragosa Spain...   Jv

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Kris

Dear Imjv  :)

hai,how are you and those Cidp's are simply great..!  :)

Dear 007  :)

Are you growing any cidp's in your gardens & at home ? if so kindly show us all your collection _ Please ! even potted once are lovely to see... :)

thanks & love,

Kris  :)

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Kris

Dear Jv & Friends  :)

i have seen your lovely CIDPs that are growing in your lovely garden...i promise to upload my babies provided you all promise me that you will not laugh seeing their sizes... :D

here is the standard fruticas type...its around 2 years old as of now !  :)

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Kris

Here is another Cidp but its a red fruticas.Sp.those saplings came to me_courtesy M@x.

And this palms i think is only around 8 months old,for more accurate date,kindly visit my palm maintanence threads on it..

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iamjv

Kris,

 Good looking CIDPs!  I have a couple of those red fruit CIDP from M@x as well and can't wait till they get big enough to put into the ground.   This is a great thread as CIPDs are one of my favorite palms.  I need to find the CIPD pictures I took in California, when I do I'll post them.  Have a great weekend.  Jv

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CIDPs in Las Vegas (Mirage Hotel)...  Jv

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Kris

Dear Jv  :)

thanks for those lovely cidp still.and the cidp seen in front right side corner of your still is it a male form ? it looks bit different than the rest of the clang ?

And do you have any idea at what age & size will that cidp fruit or flower ? the barrel that you see in my stills will a cidp fruit or flower in that sized container ? since i do not want to plant a non seeding male form of cidp in our house garden !

this inforamtion is very vital for me since 2 weeks back my cal date palm flowered after 8 years in ground ? and i have one more date palm who's gender is not yet known.so to avoide such confussion in future i want to take this precaution..now itself  :)

thanks & love,

Kris  :)

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iamjv

Kris,

My CIDP (in frame #72) is eleven years old and last year was the first time it bloomed for me.  Mine turned out to be male...   I would imagine that your phx would need to be in bigger pots to bloom.  Ten year old CIDPs are usually pretty big!

I am not sure if the CIDP in the above picture (#76) is male or female.  I've never seen it in seed...  yes it does look bigger than the rest of them.

Here is another different CIDP also at the Mirage Hotel.  Check out it's curvy trunk.  Jv

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Palm Guy

Wow looks like that CIDP got tipsy a few times in its life. Might wanna check out its liver for any cirrhosis :)

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