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The baggie method - seeds from my seed-grown C. adscendens.image.thumb.png.f4a71dd35141826d605848e863d7897d.png

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joe_OC

My favorite Chamaedorea

 

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PalmatierMeg

Nice solitary Chamaedorea with leathery, matte green leaves. I have a bunch in pots I grew from seed. But none have reproduced so far. Maybe they are all the same sex but that would be odd.

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akamu

I  agree with Joe these are great little Palms very slow in my experience the fronds have  a bluish hue to them

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I had around 6 of them that rats decided to eat.  :crying:  Ate right through the stalks like candy cane.

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tjwalters
1 hour ago, PalmatierMeg said:

Nice solitary Chamaedorea with leathery, matte green leaves. I have a bunch in pots I grew from seed. But none have reproduced so far. Maybe they are all the same sex but that would be odd.

Did you get seeds from me?  A lot of mine have made their way around. :D

Female flowers

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Male flowers
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24 minutes ago, joe_OC said:

I had around 6 of them that rats decided to eat.  :crying:  Ate right through the stalks like candy cane.

I've had squirrels (or mice) damage some of mine that were outside for the summer, but they kept on truckin'.  I've also air-layered older individuals successfully from adventitious roots.

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One of mine even flushed red while fruiting.
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