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Then......August 2017

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Now.....Sept. 2020

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And I just threw this one in cause I opened my blinds this morning and liked the view on this fine Labor Day Monday.

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Tracy
20 minutes ago, The Gerg said:

Now.....Sept. 2020

Filling in nicely.  Things only seem to accelerate the further down the line one gets.  You start by thinking how do I create canopy, then finally get to the point that you don't have room for anything else except understory.

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Kim

Beautiful! I hope you have been able to enjoy the shade provided by your expanding palm cover. Looks like a great place to hang out.

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enigma99

Damn your foxy lady exploded. So did your teddy bears too. Amazing how fast they go once they start trunking 

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James760

looks fantastic! Some good growth in 3 years! In the last photo is that a Dypsis Decaryi cross?

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The Gerg
16 hours ago, enigma99 said:

Damn your foxy lady exploded. So did your teddy bears too. Amazing how fast they go once they start trunking 

Teddy bears have been pretty quick. Foxy Lady’s very fast.

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The Gerg
15 hours ago, James760 said:

looks fantastic! Some good growth in 3 years! In the last photo is that a Dypsis Decaryi cross?

No. It’s actually just a straight Dypsis decaryii. It has a lot of red fuzz. When I bought it it was in a pot that had Dypsis leptocheilos crossed off the pot. I was hoping maybe it was a tri-bear but turns out just a decaryii. Some have black fuzz others more reddish fuzz. Mine has the red fuzz.

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