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Another Red, White, & Blue for July 4th

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Dypsisdean

I posted this same view off my lanai for a previous Independence Day. I didn't think you needed to be an American to appreciate it. I guess it is the Aussie colors as well.

At any rate, it seems to be especially colorful every year at this time. Who needs fireworks anyway?

Happy 4th to my fellow Americans!

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sandgroper

Lovely palms, very nice. Red white and blue are also the colours of the UK and New Zealand, I think a lot of country's have those colours. Beautiful palms though mate, enjoy your national day.

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Fusca

Very nice palms.  Bleu, blanc et rouge in France also.  And Chile.  But I love the USA and Texas!

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The Gerg

Happy 4th Dean. Thank you for this post. The palms look awesome like always. 

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HtownPalms

Wow! Stunning palms! Happy 4th to everyone. 

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palmsOrl

Thank you for sharing Dean.  Beautifully grown palms.

Happy Independence Day Palmtalk!!!

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JLM

Happy Independence Day!!!

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Darold Petty

Thanks for posting Dean, how gratifying to have these beauties in your garden !

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Palm Tree Jim

Nailed it Dean!

 

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Lande

Stunning! What species are these?

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Dypsisdean
1 hour ago, Lande said:

Stunning! What species are these?

Thanks for asking. I'm guessing you don't see too many of these in Norway. :) But two are a difficult grow most places outside of choice tropical areas - so not commonly seen by many.

Left to right - Areca macrocalyx, Dictyocaryum lamarckianum, and Dypsis lastelliana ("mealy bug form")

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palmsOrl

Not palms, but here is a photo of one of my grandma's front garden beds, proudly displaying patriotic colors for the occasion.

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DoomsDave

@Dypsisdean

All Americans obscenities duly screamed 

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akamu

Absolutely fantastic Palms I hope you keep this tradition going every fourth cheers and thanks for posting

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