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Marius

Hi Everyone. My new palms arrived late last week. I’ve planted some. Will update as I plant more. 
Chambeyronia 

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Arenga pinnata 

im hoping it will work in my climate. 

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Chamaedorea glaucifolia 

I’ve planted four. I think that they will look great once they get taller than the S minors. 

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Chamaedorea costaricana 

very small ones. Hope they grow fast. All the Chamaedorea palms that I’ve planted in the past do very well here under canopy. Have 11 species of Chamaedorea now. 

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Ptychosperma schifferii

This one is a zone pushing experiment. It’s under the terrace overhang. It gets morning sun. 

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Copernicia alba. 
I’ve been looking for this species for a number of years. They look a bit ashes to ashes, but hopefully they will take soon and rise from the ashes. 

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akamu

Great choice in Palms I really like the rock work on your house

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I’ve also planted a Chamaedorea radicalis with my existing two and a Lanonia dasyantha.

have about 8 more to plant. 
The 4 Dypsis, as recommended by palm talkers, a tiny Euterpe edulis, G maya, lanonia megaloni and an unidentified Chuniophoenix. 

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5 minutes ago, akamu said:

Great choice in Palms I really like the rock work on your house

Thank you Adam. 

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14 minutes ago, akamu said:

Great choice in Palms I really like the rock work on your house

Thank you Adam. 

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And a Syagrus botryphora. Fogot about that one. 

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I planted the Lanonia megaloni and the Gaussia maya this morning. Both under dense canopy of a large CIDP. 

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jimmyt

Very nice tropical palm garden Marius!  It already looks great imagine once those newly planted ones grow!   Give us some updates down the road.  
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23 minutes ago, jimmyt said:

Very nice tropical palm garden Marius!  It already looks great imagine once those newly planted ones grow!   Give us some updates down the road.  
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Thank you jimmyt. I will give an update in a year. 

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KDubU

Agree these look great where you planted and will fit right in to what you are growing. Can’t wait to see how they fair over the next couple years.

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1 minute ago, KDubU said:

Agree these look great where you planted and will fit right in to what you are growing. Can’t wait to see how they fair over the next couple years.

Thank you KDubU. I hope that they will do well. The other palms not planted today have been here for about three years. 

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