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Little Yard Work Yesterday

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Replace some old irrigation line and cud down dead fronds around a few palms. 

Here is Buta yate grown from seed sent from someone in S.A. who's name I have forgotten.  Sorry man.  Thank you again.  Lovely palm.

Second is Sabal rosei.  I can't remember where this came from but both were planted out in 2005 from 1 gallon pots.

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DoomsDave

More pictures!

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Fusca
7 hours ago, WaianaeCrider said:

Here is Buta yate grown from seed sent from someone in S.A. who's name I have forgotten.

Maybe it was Alberto in Brasil (if S.A. = South America).  If S.A. = San Antonio, I'd like to know who it was!  :lol:

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WaianaeCrider

Yea it was South America.   LOL  So grateful for the seeds.

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WaianaeCrider
20 hours ago, DoomsDave said:

More pictures!

Later today from same area.  LOL

 

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WaianaeCrider
On 7/4/2020 at 12:17 PM, DoomsDave said:

More pictures!

Ok Dave here are a few more from same area:

Syagrus coronata needs to be cleaned up a bit.  LOL

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Livistona mariae

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Dypsis pembana

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WaianaeCrider

Started another area today

Back in Feb a strong wind blew a huge branch down.  Since then grass grew wild.

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Began cutting back the grass so I could get near to the dead branch.  Hmmmm what's that big green in there?

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Dang it's a long lost palm.  Tomorrow will show a  lot more of what it might be.  Now it's time for a beer and a cigar.

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WaianaeCrider

Any idea what this might be?  Judging from location in the garden I'd guess some kind of American palm whose seed I picked up in some botanical garden back in late '90's.  Petioles have curved claws like a cat all the way along edges.

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Fusca

I'm guessing Brahea brandegeei or edulis.

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