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Just wanted to share some palm photos of an In n Out i stopped at in Baldwin Park, CA roughly 17miles from Downtown Los Angeles. 

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James760

They really hooked this one up, by far the best palmy In n Out I've seen! Oh, & they have the In n Out university here as well LOL!

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Darold Petty

Very nice, thanks for posting, but I still like the crossed Washingtonias !

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Kim

Unusual palm collection, even for an In 'n' Out Burger! I like it!

I do get the appeal of the crossed Washingtonias. Even though they are probably one of my least-loved palms, that crossed arrangement is so evocative of Southern California burger joints and surf culture. Strange I would have that notion, because after our family surf sessions back in the day, we always went to Roberto's for Mexican food.

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Eastendr

My local In n Out has a nice selection (not a ton of variety). I like the arrangement they have set out on the property.

(Taken from the drive thru lane, because I'm lazy lol.)

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This is from the property next door:

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And, the money shot:

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Frond-friend42
15 hours ago, James760 said:

Just wanted to share some palm photos of an In n Out i stopped at in Baldwin Park, CA roughly 17miles from Downtown Los Angeles. 

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What's this fan palm from the first batch? 

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JubaeaMan138

My guess would be Brahea edulis

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Silas_Sancona
6 minutes ago, JubaeaMan138 said:

My guess would be Brahea edulis

Nice specimen too..

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JubaeaMan138

Yeah they are a all over in my area Of riverside  big boys to . 

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Frond-friend42

Yeah, does look like that. From the island of Guadalupe...where the goats ate em up mostly (I looked that up a while back). Man, In n Out really knows how to work it with those palms. Even has Palms in its logo. Really enhances the dining experience, IMO.

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James760

Correct, its a Brahea Edulis. 

I'm with you guys, only thing the Baldwin Park In n Out is missing is the cross Washingtonia Robusta's! Heck even my In n Out in Hesperia has them :D

@Kim, Roberto's is awesome! :greenthumb:

@Eastendr, Man that burger looks so good right now! Im dying over here :yay:

 

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JLM

You have In n Out, we have Whataburger haha

I have never seen a place like that with such off the wall palms, looks amazing! My local Whataburger has quite a few cold hardy stuff such as windmills, butia, chamaerops, so on and so forth. No sabals present though.

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Jim in Los Altos
On 9/6/2020 at 2:54 PM, Frond-friend42 said:

What's this fan palm from the first batch? 

Brahea edulis. Nice big specimen.

On 9/6/2020 at 2:54 PM, Frond-friend42 said:

What's this fan palm from the first batch? 

 

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James760

@Frond-friend42, I completely missed that question, sorry. Yes same palm.

4 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:
On 9/6/2020 at 2:54 PM, Frond-friend42 said:

What's this fan palm from the first batch? 

@Jim in Los AltosB) your the man ,TY! :greenthumb:

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