I am interested in buying Ceroxylon quindiuense and other Ceroxylon species seeds. Does anyone know some reputable source (except RPS)? What is the season the seeds tend to be available? Any information greatly appreciated.
This Nikau has been like this for 3 years now and doesn't seem to grow out of it, any advise on improving the health of this palm would be much appreciated! I gave it some seaweed fertilizer a couple of times but it doesn't seem to do anything. Thank you
Hi all ,just thought id post up some photos if anyones interested ...
The first photo was taken 7 months ago and all the pink/white ones have died since.
Now some of the green ones have been showing some odd color in the new leafs. I hope these wont die the same way...
PLANT AND EXOTIC PLANT SALE - reminder
Saturday, June 2 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Palms, Cycads, Flowering Shrubs and Trees, Plumerias, Agaves and Aloes
Fifty plus palm species and hundreds of varieties of flowering shrubs, trees, and perennials available
Location: 1234 Capra Way
Fallbrook, CA 92028
located 1 1/2 miles west of I-15 on Mission Road and taking left onto Capra Way
(760) 723-8886 or (760) 712-1257 on day of sale
web site: email@example.com
SOME ADDITIONAL ITEMS ON SALE (for other items see main ad placed a few days earlier)
Regular Price Sale Price
Burretiokentia hapala 15 gal 4 ft + 120.00 105.00
Chamaerops humilis 'Vulcano' 5 gal 37.00 32.00
Howea belmoreana 5 gal 45.00 38.00
Nannorrhops arabica 'Silver' 5 gal 39.00 35.00
Ravenea hildebrandtii 5 gal 4 ft+ 78.00 65.00
Rhopalostylis baueri 5 gal 3-4 ft 36.00 32.00
FLOWERING SHRUBS AND TREES
Aechmea blanchetiana 'Orangeade' 3 gal 42.00 34.00
Older plants that are somewhat sunscalded during last October's 112 degree heat wave are 25.00 each if two or more purchased
Pachypodium lamerei (Madagascar Palm) 5 gal 4 ft 65.00 49.00
Ensete ventricosum 'Maurelii' 5 gal 2 1/2 - 3 ft 22.00 20.00
Two or more purchased are $19.00 each
I have seen numerous suggestions about where this palm can grow outside the Juan Fernandez Islands, but these were on many separate threads, so I decided to make a unified thread on this topic.
I've heard that this palm can survive in some areas of Ireland http://www.earlscliffe.com/juania_australis.htm, the San Francisco Bay Area, a small area of Western Oregon, and some of New Zealand.
Can the palm actually survive and naturalize (do really well) in these climates?
Also, where else may this palm be able to grow outside of these areas.
Climate of native habitat: