Hey everyone can someone help me figure it out what is wrong with my trachycarpus fortunei, has been declining for several months, thanks.
By Diamond State Palms
Hi! I am a Palm grower and enthusiast from South Delaware. Contrary to popular belief there are tons of palms around here if you know where to look ! The pindo’s to my knowledge are a new thing the area is trying. There are three more across the street! Sabals have been in the ground for Atleast a few years (fourth year I wanna say, maybe more!) and are doing great. Of course I couldn’t forget the famous windmills! There are plenty other hardy palms in the area and I will continue to post as I can, thanks!
Serious question. We have some post-covid (although it’s not really “post” yet is it?) funding from the government of Madagascar and the World Bank through a program called Mandrisika, to analyse our existing products (we are a travel company based here in Madagascar) and to develop some new products.
We’ve done plenty of tours with palm lovers but not really a specific “palms” tour where checking species off a bucket-list of must-sees was the goal. And, very few people have more than 2 or 3 weeks, so, a palm-hunting tour always has to be narrowed down and prioritised, you can’t see it all in the time most people have. Another thing that we know is that most folks underestimate the size of Madagascar and the complexity of getting to some locations and therefore overestimate what can be achieved in the time available.
So my question is, if you were coming to Madagascar and you knew you couldn’t see all the palm hot spots here but had to pick some key locations or key species that you simply had to see, what would be your choices? Either must-see species or must-see locations… Thanks in advance to all who reply it’ll be really helpful to us and might mean we can have some off-the-shelf palm tours on our website next year.
If you have already been here, it would also be useful to hear about tours that you have done in Madagascar, where you went, what you liked, and what you didn’t like.
Thanks very much. Moderator, if soliciting information like this is not allowed, thanks to kindly delete my post.
Sometimes I need to visit staff and projects in the bush or take clients, I always try to visit palms when I’m there. I’ll publish once in a while some photos from a visit around the area where I live. This is a visit to Beccariophoenix in Sainte Luce.
Anyone grow Dypsis andilamenensis? Anyone know if any are available? kept? How it would best be kept?By Mr_Marojejya
I fell in love with this palm and hope to grow it one day. I think it is a stunner. I hope it will be more widely grown one day. It has been discovered for quite a while so I'm surprised it isn't more widely grown any ideas why? Does no one like it or something.
i find it far more attractive than D. scandens because this appears to have much wider leaflets, what do you think
If anyone grows it, would you tell your story?
(or if you have any seeds...?)