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Kris

Dracena! Thanks, Kris, that seems to be quite a diverse genus.

Susan

Dear Susan :)

Your are right,but i had placed those stills here because it has Cidp's in background..I must say anything related to CIDP,i usually make it a point to highlight it in this thread.

Dear Rafael :)

Thanks for the visuals...And portugual looks so beautiful,And you have once told us that your property is surrounded by beautiful CIDP's which belongs to your neighbours...can you kindly take stills of those CIDP's when time permits ? :hmm:

Thanks & Love,

kris :)

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Kris

These pictures will make Kris sad..... But I think this CIDP will pull thru.

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The Crown and Fronds did see some trauma.

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And by the way the above stills are posted here for all of us to see the variation in this CIDP,i have never seen a CIDP having so slender,Soft,medium sided fronds & its crown not dense.And that aspect is very clear if you see its trunk & the cut portion of the old fronds...they are very normal sized and has lot of closeness towards a P.Rupicola.So i feel this baby is a hybrid.Not pure ! :hmm:

And if you want to see more stills from that garden,kindly visit the following link !

Fire at Gary L's

Love,

Kris Achar

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Caryota_gigas

What about this...CIDP

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Dalmatino

I know this pic, if im correct its from the inland of Croatia after a bad winter.

I think they had to much snowfall.

Greets.

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Caryota_gigas

Dalmantino, if you are talking about the pic I posted you couldn't be more wrong. It is taken in New Zealand, and they have been trimmed due to some bright spark planting them beneath a power line.

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Dalmatino

I have seen it on a nother forum, think i have misunderstood it then.

If its trimmed, they did a horrible job.

Greets.

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Kris

Some skillful pruning (albeit lacking pineapples) required to keep these this close together...

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maghi

Het heeft enige tijd geduurd maar nu heb ik een foto van mijn Phoenix canariensis van 20 jaar oud

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Kris

From the Mirage

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RyManUtah

i love CIDP. there are only two areas anywhere in my state that have them. sadly, most of them burn off in the winter. the ones are at a pristine condo entrance and at a car dealership in bloomington, they have "palm parkas" over the crowns in the winter... must be a hellofa job to climb up and put those on!

here they are... you can see the "burnt" off one... =[

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RyManUtah

From the Mirage

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i LOVE all the palms in vegas! =]

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bubba

Kris, Here a few:

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JASON M

Kris, Here a few:

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Half random half on topic.

I hate when there is growth on palm pineapples/trunks, some trunks should really be accented!! There shouldn't be any other growth on a palm trunk... I hate it all!!! I saw the washingtonia's in Crystal Gardens in Chi-Town, and my grandma and I both hated the climbing ivy. BLECHH

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Dalmatino

Im back from Croatia where CIPD's are well presented.

Some CIPD's:

Coco wannabee:

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Not happy CIPD:

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Strange trunk:

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Dalmatino

srry for the pictures which are to large, i will try to ajust it.

some more...

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Dalmatino

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Greets.

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iamjv

Dalmatino, nice CIDP pictures.... Did you ever post a large version of your avatar CIDP??? If not could you? I'd like to see a bigger version of that picture. Jv

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Dalmatino

Jv Im sorry but i didnt make the picture of my avatar, I've never been to Dubrovnik (where this avatar is made) but i will be soon i hope.

Maybe other members here which are from Dubrovnik on this forum have some pictures of this CIPD.

Lets hope they will suprise us with a picture, otherwise i will shoot the picture in 2 years, i promise!

Greets.

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iamjv

Dalmatino thanks for the info.... yes lets hope someone has taken this shot already, for two years is a long time to wait! :) It looks like a beautiful setting. Jv

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Mats

Jv Im sorry but i didnt make the picture of my avatar, I've never been to Dubrovnik (where this avatar is made) but i will be soon i hope.

Maybe other members here which are from Dubrovnik on this forum have some pictures of this CIPD.

Jv, here's a photo taken from the the same location that I found on Google.

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Mats

Here's another shot, sans palms, that gives a better view of the walled city of Dubrovnik.

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iamjv

Mats, thanks for finding and posting those shots.... looks like an interesting and beautiful place to visit. Jv

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Kris

Removal from the big box:

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After:

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dalmatiansoap

Few from my area

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Kris

:drool::yay:........I love the visuals !

Thanks,

kris.

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Kris

We see lots of 'varieties' of Phoenix canariensis here in Los Angeles... though really is it more a cultivational variation and one of hybridization... There are rows of very old Phoenix canariensis in Beverly Hills and a good portion of them look like they come from mixed marriages.

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Dear Geoff

Thanks for the above visual....

Love,

kris.

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dalmatiansoap

Few Sea floodeds

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Kris

This is the tallest one in our area, just across the street from where I live.

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Dalmatino

Kris i know you like them so i got some...from Croatia:

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Dalmatino

More Croatian CIDP's

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Dalmatino

Last ones from the Croatian coast.

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Greets.

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Kris

Thanks very much for those beautiful visuals of my favorite palm & also for keeping this thread active ! :)

Lots of love to you,

kris.

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Kris

It seems very rare to find a good looking Canary around this area but:

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dalmatiansoap

another 2cents

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samirbouag

This summer in Algeria

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Brad Mondel

They're just babies.

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Kris

Gentlemen thanks for those beautiful visuals....& also for keeping this thread "Alive" ! :)

Love,

kris.

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