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Palms of the Catamaran Resort in coastal San Diego in December 2020

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kylecawazafla

I was lucky enough to briefly walk through this resort and take a few pictures! I've always loved visiting this place and admiring the giant Jubaeopsis caffra as well as their multitude of "tropical" palms! I've included some photos in this post, and if you would like to see them all, please go to the link!

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Must start of with the prized Jubaeopsis caffra. It's absolutely monstrous, however hard to get a sense of scale in the pictures! 

Jubaeopsis caffra Jubaeopsis caffra

 

A Hyophorbe langenicaulis doing well

Hyophorbe langenicaulis

 

The Raphia farinifera finally bloomed! 

Raphia farinifera - blooming

 

Despite how common they are, I always admire Dypsis lutescens

Dypsis lutescens

 

 

 

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gtsteve

No explanation necessary,  Dypsis lutescens are 'common' for a reason. :D

You are not using a phone camera right.

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James B
2 hours ago, gtsteve said:

No explanation necessary,  Dypsis lutescens are 'common' for a reason. :D

You are not using a phone camera right.

Exactly. They are an awesome palm.

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kylecawazafla

I actually am using my phone for now! Hopefully will be able to buy a camera within the next year!

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akamu

The catamaran has awesome Landscaping. My wife and I ride our 1940s beach cruisers through there frequently did you take any more pictures? 

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