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BUTIA X JUBAEA X QUEEN in the Pacific Northwest

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So this last winter I let one of my Butia x Jubaea x Queen out for a winter test here in Mukilteo Washington Z8B. Well its good to know it took snow, a few nights  of  20s F cold.and rain with no protection. Good to know this one is a great candidate for this area. Pic 3 is today. Took Pacific Northwest lickin and is still tickin

 

 

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Trustandi

Nice looking hybrid @Love them palms i can see the queen trait in the fronds. 

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Tropicdoc

Gosh that’s a good looking palm. I have two of the same hybrid but yours has a nice blend of traits

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OC2Texaspalmlvr

@Love them palms Awesome looking hybrid !!! What other jewels you got there ? 

T J 

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1 minute ago, OC2Texaspalmlvr said:

@Love them palms Awesome looking hybrid !!! What other jewels you got there ? 

T J 

I have plenty of hybrids- Jubaea x Queen, Jubaea x Butia yatay. BJ x Jubaea, Jubaea x BJ,  Jubaea x Butia  and regular ,Jubaea. Butia , T fortunei, T nova, sago , Sabal Palmetto, Sabal Riverside,Sabal minor. So I have plenty going on.

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Just now, Love them palms said:

I have plenty of hybrids- Jubaea x Queen, Jubaea x Butia yatay. BJ x Jubaea, Jubaea x BJ,  Jubaea x Butia  and regular ,Jubaea. Butia , T fortunei, T nova, sago , Sabal Palmetto, Sabal Riverside,Sabal minor. So I have plenty going on.

pics please haha :beat_deadhorse:

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33 minutes ago, OC2Texaspalmlvr said:

pics please haha :beat_deadhorse:

I will as soon as our bad weather gets out of the way. Next weekend is supposed to be nice.have lots to show 

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40 minutes ago, Love them palms said:

I will as soon as our bad weather gets out of the way. Next weekend is supposed to be nice.have lots to show 

Good deal tag me please =) 

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Paradise Found

Great looking mule palm. Love to see the rest soon. 

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JLM

Wow! Love how long the leaflets are, an amazing looking palm all around.

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On 3/28/2021 at 10:40 AM, OC2Texaspalmlvr said:

@Love them palms Awesome looking hybrid !!! What other jewels you got there ? 

T J 

@OC2Texaspalmlvr  here are some more of my PNW palms. Have plenty of Jubaea, Jubaea crosses,sagos, parajubea wind mills ,med fan palms,threw in a Banana shots, 

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Wow what a collection !!! Thanks for the pics im sure others will appreciate them too. 2 questions what is the palm in the first pic ? 2nd the Grove of palms which is facing the street is mostly comprised of ? They seem awfully close together if there any of the hybrids you have mentioned ? 

Thanks T J 

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5 minutes ago, OC2Texaspalmlvr said:

Wow what a collection !!! Thanks for the pics im sure others will appreciate them too. 2 questions what is the palm in the first pic ? 2nd the Grove of palms which is facing the street is mostly comprised of ? They seem awfully close together if there any of the hybrids you have mentioned ? 

Thanks T J 

The first pic is a chamaedorea radicalis trunk version and the pic facing the street has Jubaea, T. Fortunei, BJX Jubaea, Yucca,Cordyline Australia.

Yeah alot of the trees are close together but its the jungle look but its put together in a way that you would have to see in person to understand the way it was planted.the guy who put it together has been designing palm scapes for a long time

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Paradise Found

Hey there, garden is looking great. You can bet that some neighbors will cheer you on with the growth over the years! 

 I have to agree that planting that close with trachy is an art form. You have to make sure when they get bigger you keep them limb up so your mule palms get enough sunlight. 

 

 

I've done this many time with my garden... heavy canopy over plants. It does make a nice shade jungle but you won't be able to walk through the planting once there bigger. 

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