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pietropuccio

Hyophorbe indica red form.

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gtsteve

Mate, you are probably right, I wish that the plant that I grew as 'Red Form' was as red as that.  It never was though, mine probably never was 'Red Form', from the look of that.   Mine is flowering unsuccessfully at the moment.

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Max974

 

No, it is not a Hyophorbe indica. This palm is unknown to me, the seed may come from Madagascar. He has saxophone roots ...

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Xenon

Lemurophoenix? 

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John hovancsek

I am stumped but its driving me crazy because it looks familiar.  Mabe some kinda raffia 

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GottmitAlex

It doesn't look like a H. Indica red.

I have a potted small one and the petioles are more orange than red. Also the base of the plant is nothing like the OP's pics.

 

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MattyB

If it’s not a Lemur then I’d guess Calyptronoma plumeriana. 

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pietropuccio
13 hours ago, GottmitAlex said:

It doesn't look like a H. Indica red.

I have a potted small one and the petioles are more orange than red. Also the base of the plant is nothing like the OP's pics.

The Max974 palm will not be a Hyophorbe indica (the "saxophone", for example, is not visible in the photo), however the color of the indica in the juvenile phase is very variable, I have had one of the same color as the Max palm.

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Max974

 

This Dypsis was identified by the President of the "Fous de Palmiers de France", our friend Pierre-Olivier Albano, it is Dypsis perrieri.

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John hovancsek
On 9/25/2020 at 9:41 PM, Max974 said:

 

This Dypsis was identified by the President of the "Fous de Palmiers de France", our friend Pierre-Olivier Albano, it is Dypsis perrieri.

This is a beautiful dypsis. I wish I had one for the garden but the trees that are at florabunda have not set seeds yet

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John hovancsek

Here is a pic of the one at florabunda 

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Fusca

At that size it looks like an unarmed tropical Butia!  Beautiful!

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OC2Texaspalmlvr
4 hours ago, Fusca said:

At that size it looks like an unarmed tropical Butia!  Beautiful!

Add colorful to that statement =) 

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Max974
13 hours ago, John hovancsek said:

Voici une photo de celui de florabunda 

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Magnificent!!! I hope mine will turn out beautiful too!

At Jeff it's always exceptional, a world reference!

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