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Walter John

How do you like these Kris ? The one in front has a twist like a coconut tree.

Photo taken in Cleveland, Queensland 26th July, 2009.

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Geoff

gotta add my own 2 cents worth of photos: btw... some of the palms in photos 4,5 and 7 are over 100' tall

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Justin

From Cape Town, South Africa:

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Kris

Dear Wal,Justin :)

Great visuals thanks very much..

Dear Geoff :)

Its very nice to have you in this thread,And we all know your contribution to the palm world,and i have read your intreasting articles on palms in daves garden.where iam also a member.

And those cidp stills that you have posted here are simply superb.. :greenthumb:

Thanks & Love,

Kris :)

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iamjv

Justin do you have any shots from the other end of that path way.... looks like a wonderful CIDP lined path and would enjoy seeing what it looks like. Thanks, JV

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Justin
Justin do you have any shots from the other end of that path way.... looks like a wonderful CIDP lined path and would enjoy seeing what it looks like. Thanks, JV

I don't, sorry. If we have anyone from Cape Town on the board, it should be relatively easy for them to get a shot.

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iamjv

Thanks Justin, it just looks like a really nice line of CIDPs.... hope someone else on the board has been there. cheers, Jv

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Corrosion

Here´s photo of a lovely small CIDP with a person who doesn´t show any respect against palms :angry: Too bad that the dogs who were guarding there didn´t bite him for that :rolleyes: The picture was taken in Costa Blanca Espana. By for now I have seen most of the places up from Barcelona down to Tarifa and CIDP tends to be most popular palm there besides other phoenixes and washies ofcourse.

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Kris

Dear Rudolfo :)

That guy seen there is one with nature,that is a very common site here..in our national highways.But the palm we use here is borassus or p.sylversteris. :blink:

And by the way the palm would have got all the needed urea(nitrogen) from that guy.And need no fertz for the next 6 months !!! :lol:

Love,

Kris :)

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Dalmatino

Hello Kris, just got back from Croatia and got some fresh stills of CIPD's for you.

Trunk :unsure: :

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Crazy Canarienis with a strange curve under the canopy :blink: :

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Greets.

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Kris

Dear Mate :)

Lovely country with very intreasting palms... :) Thanks for those stills.

Lots of love to you,

Kris :)

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Dear Rudolfo :)

That guy seen there is one with nature,that is a very common site here..in our national highways.But the palm we use here is borassus or p.sylversteris. :blink:

And by the way the palm would have got all the needed urea(nitrogen) from that guy.And need no fertz for the next 6 months !!! :lol:

Love,

Kris :)

Kris,

A plant-lover doctor told us that urine is rich in potassium, and he used his to fertilize his plants (sorry, not palms), of course diluted. :lol:

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Kris
Kris,

A plant-lover doctor told us that urine is rich in potassium, and he used his to fertilize his plants (sorry, not palms), "of course diluted". :lol:

:lol: ..

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Kris

Dear Bubba :)

Thanks for those lovely visuals.. :drool: but palms seen in post 219,those 3 mystery palms are date palms.

Here is a still from a recent post by BS Man about Palms and the cidp visual was so beautiful thought we should include in our album dedicated to the king of phoenix palm _'canary date palm' ? :hmm::)

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Love,

Kris :winkie:

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Kris

Here are some lovely Cidp visuals with the person who took those beautiful stills..and by the way even i would have done the same thing if i was to pose in front of my loved one(Canary date palm) :winkie:

These stills were contributed by our forum member samirbouag

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iamjv

Some nice additions Kris.... good shots Samirbouag. Jv

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Kris

Friends shall we have some video visuals of these jamboo's ? :hmm:

Love,

kris :)

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boko

Here a pic from Spain, not a canary date but i just wanted to show you.sorry for the poor pic but i took it with a iphone.

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Got Palms

Kris here are two of my neighbors viewed from my yard, Enjoy!

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Kris

Dear sergio burciaga :)

Thanks for dropping by and for uploading that mind blowing beautiful still of my loved 'one'.And you are very lucky person to have neighbours who even love palms ! :greenthumb:

I hope the one iam growing here in south india too grows like the one seen in your still.

After seeing your still both my stomach & heart is full with joy. :)

Lots of love,

kris :)

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Michel64

Here is a picture of the Capetown city hall taken 20 years ago.

It is a pic of my screen, as I took dias, so it explains the quality.

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Same in Pretoria.

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iamjv

Michel64,

I like those historic CIDP shots, thanks! Jv

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Kris

Dear Boko :)

Thanks for the visual...but i want some stills of CIDP from you in the future ! :hmm::)

Dear Michel Greco :)

As our friend Jv said those stills are classic... :greenthumb:

Thanks friends for adding new stills now & then,And for keeping this thread alive ! :winkie:

Love,

kris :)

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Kris

Some nice video footage on CIDP & its trimming ! :drool:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txmFPHm7C9A...feature=related

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And dear friends,just in case if any of the links have been repeated earlier..kindly bare with me.Since most of the movies start in the same fashion ! And some have their titles in spanish. :blink:

Love,

kris :)

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Ciczi in Sweden

Here's a CIDP from Sweden. This one is about 140 years old and before it moved to Trelleborg it had a home in the botanical garden of Uppsala (Linné). Every year it's placed in a roundabout and varying annuals is placed next to it.

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//Ciczi

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Kris

Dear Ciczi :)

Thanks for that lovely still along with its brief history..

Lots of love,

kris :)

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Kris

Here is a lovely still of a healthy Cidp posted by simona.

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Love,

kris :)

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Alicehunter2000

Since I have never contributed to this long running thread.....here is a few from our vacation/convention......Ritz Carlton, Orlando, Florida.

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Kris

Dear David :)

You have contributed stills bit late in this thread but no complaints,those Cidp's in your stills are mindblowing 'Beautiful'...! :winkie: i love it..And your first still is my favouriate ! :)

Thanks & Love,

kris :)

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