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iamjv

Mike,

 Thanks for adding to this nice collections of CIDPs from around the world.  It looks like the CIDP do well there in Burmuda, I can see why with your minimal temp extremes.  Jv

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iamjv

Another CIDP this one at SeaWorld of San Antonio...  Jv

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Another CIDP this one at SeaWorld of San Antonio...  Jv

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Ahhhh.  Defintely grown to perfection.  Thanks for sharing.

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iamjv

Here is a pic of a canary (at Huntington Gardens) that probably has a little bit of some other phx in it...  Jv

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Kris

Dear Jv  :)

lovely stills and can you or anyone here in our forum identify a cidp as a male or female form looking at its leaves or trunk of a young palm...any visual examples of it ?

thanks & love,

Kris  :)

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iamjv

Kris, I am sure someone here can but I can't...  it would be interesting to know if there is a way to tell prior to the plant flowering.   Jv

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Palm Guy
Mike,

Thanks for adding to this nice collections of CIDPs from around the world.  It looks like the CIDP do well there in Burmuda, I can see why with your minimal temp extremes.  Jv

Jv- No problem.  They are somewhat invasive here. I guess we have a somewhat similiar climate to the Canaries. I don't think the ones in Bermuda look any better than the ones posted here though. The one you posted in 82 looks really really healthy! Much better than the ones here. Excellent photos guys.

Here is one going invasive in some scrub land near the coast. I tried to get a good shot of it but trees were in the way.

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Cristóbal

hi kris this foto i take this week for another post, thers also some syagrus and archontophoenix in the foto.

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Charles Wychgel

An artsy-fartsy shot from Silves, the old Moorish capital of Al Gharb

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iamjv

Charles nice artsy shot!!!

Here is one taken at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens.  Jv

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Kris

Dear Cristóbal,Charles,Jv & Michael  :)

beautiful visuals of my most favouraite palm though many had warned me that this phoenix is the high maintanence & very spiny-painy palm to grow.but i love it,more & more as days go by,since to the best of my knowledge goes no one has grown this palm in chennai...and i have doubts wheather any growing in india itself...the reason i do not know..?

Not avaliable in our nurseries too...

And dear Charles your still is very very beautiful and from now on my dreams of heaven will all be in that location... :D

Once again thanks friends for keeping this thread active & Live,

Kris :)

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Kris

Dear Friends :)

here is a lovely Link ! On CIDP's,hope all the CIDP fan will love it,since its trying really hard to fight the wrong zone its being planted in ! :huh:

love,

Kris :)

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Scott

Hi Kris - I posted these a while ago (last year I think) but here they are again. The first is taken in Santa Barbara.

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These are at the Bahia in San Diego.

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:)

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John in Andalucia

Another shot from my neck of the woods. An interesting variation on Scott's picture above. Apart from looking less green, the frond stems are noticeably flared at the trunk and woodier. The trunks look about the same size, or perhaps the scale is deceptive.

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BobbyinNY

From the Greenhouse to My house

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Kris

Dear Scotty,John & Bobby :)

lovely stills gentlemen ! and bobby is that CIDP going to get planted on the ground ? since its roots are lifting up the palm from its pot ! And your black sports car looks great is it japanese make ? :)

thanks & love,

Kris :)

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Kris

Dear Phoenix lover :)

Visit this link and see how many varities of phoenix palms are there...And really i have not seen so much different types in my whole life ! :drool:

The Link

love,

Kris :)

By the way if you folks have new CIDP stills,i request you all to add those to this thread.since iam organising their images all under one header.

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Pivi

Island Vis, Croatia

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Dalmatino

Village Orebic and island Korcula (Croatia)

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Greets

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iamjv

This is a wonderful shot of Bahia Gardens... (photo taken by Doron Nissim). The CIDPs are looking great here. Jv

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Caryota_gigas

From Auckland, New Zealand...

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chris.oz
From Auckland, New Zealand...

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Michael,

I think the last photo is a great one to show the difference in canopy between a dacty and canary.

The canopy on a CIDP can be very very thick. However, I have seen Strelizias growing very nicely inder a CIDP

so it is possible to grow plants under them.

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Caryota_gigas

Funny thing is Chris, that aint no Dacty. Its a sickly CIDP. It was so completely covered in Ivy that the leaves could hardly break through. This photo was taken just after it was cleaned up making a very strange looking palm. It confuses many.

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Dalmatino

Island Hvar,Croatia

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Island Lopud,Croatia

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pindo

Dear Kris

From Argentina for you, some Phoenix canariensis

Growing savages in the field – NE of Argentina

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CIDP growing on Tipuana tipu, in Buenos Aires city. Argentina

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In my property. 4 years in the soil, made from seed

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Resistencia city, where I live

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A friend sends me this pix for you. CIDP and Tabebuia impetiginosa (Lapacho Rosado) A native tree of our area

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Regards

Enjoy "Palma Canaria"

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pindo
This is a wonderful shot of Bahia Gardens... (photo taken by Doron Nissim). The CIDPs are looking great here. Jv

Hi JV !!

Please tell me :

Where is located Bay Gardens. What building is in the image and who design the garden

Thank you and greetings

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newtothis

Is your 4 year old from seed, average size for a 4 year old?? I'm growing 33 from seed right now I might need more room!!

In my property. 4 years in the soil, made from seed

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Regards

Enjoy "Palma Canaria"

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pindo
Is your 4 year old from seed, average size for a 4 year old?? I'm growing 33 from seed right now I might need more room!!

No. You didn't understand my message. The palm this in the soil 4 years ago, I made it of seed and it grow in pot two years before transplanting it to the soil.

The trunk diameter is 2 feet approximately

Greetings

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manuvericel
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

Hello Carlo,

I had in mind that Vigier was the first to introduce this palm in Nice, I think 1863 is corect. I have seen thoses original palms in may 2003 during the annual meeting of "fous de palmiers' French chapter of the IPS. I don't have any pictures sorry, I just remember that the palms are not that tall compare to the old palms you can see in the Canary.

Then after the first plants in Nice began to set fruits in huge quantity, the nursery trade developped in Hyères.

MANU

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migacebo

Kris, thanks for this topic.

In this topic, there are more Phoenix Canariensis (PC, please¡).

http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=12009

In this Post there more pics of "paquesito¨s Palm:

http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?s=...st&p=231530

Regards

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Walter John
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

A classic photo, thanks for the re run Dennis.

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iamjv

A couple more pics for Kris.... these are from Los Angeles.

Jv

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Michel64

Adding a few CIDP's to the collection, from another part of Europe, South-West France.

On the coast at Hendaye.

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Inside the hilly country at Cambo-les-Bains in spring, after a colder than usual winter.

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And at last at my home.

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gcyao

Kris,

Here are 2 pixes taken in Japan, at the Osaka Universal Studios.

If they had cut off more of the lower leaves, the crown would've looked like a pineapple sitting on a pole.

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This is a close-up of a crown overgrown with ferns.

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Kris

Dear Friends :)

thanks for the lovely feast,and i am truely enjoying each and every still...And in few threads i have said that i had a hobby when i was a teenager,to collect phoenix stills(perticularly CIDP'S) and Rolex Watches(perticularly the oyester perpetictual day-date full gold model).

And i used to cut these beautiful images usually from Time,newsweek,life,readers digest...most of them had worn-out or were destroyed by termite attack.but recently i did find few cutting & mag's which i had purschased only because it did have one or two stills of the CIDP..

And don't laugh at me...iam just trying to be honest :mrlooney:

Here are those few stills that i mentioned :

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And i used to see Beverly hills cop movies often just because the L.A PD buliding is fully lined up with these beautiful palms.. :rolleyes:

Lots of love,

Kris :)

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iamjv

Interesting shots Kris... and don't worry we all had 'things' we dreamed about and often to the point of cutting out pictures... for me it was scenes of California beaches and fast cars. Now a days, I neither live in California nor drive a fast car... go figure but I still do love the CIPDs, just like I did when I was younger! Jv

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wokandroll

Aloha........just joined this excellent site! He is a picture of my CIDP going into my new spec home in California. I planted it back in July from a professional Palm company. I dug a pit 8' x 8' x 8' with the air tubes and covered it with sand. I am now noticing the older leaves turning brown drying out. It is slowing affecting the tips of the newer leaves. I used some all purpose palm fertilizer from Home Depot a month ago. I know the tree is alive cause I am getting newer leaves growing at the top. I water about 10 minutes from a garden hose every 3 days. I would appreciate any tips from you "pros" in keeping my new tree healthy. Mahalo and thanks for your information!

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