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realarch

Sort of a miniature Clino for me, which makes for a choice palm. Growing in what seems to be solid rock, which I’m sure slows it’s growth, gives it great scale and a palm to look at and not up. Nothing like the glow of a Clino crown shaft.

Tim

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palmfriend

A beautiful species!

I am glad that I could join the club. The last year's seed delivery I received from the Ogasawara Island contained very viable seeds. I got approximately 40 or more sprouts out of 50. A few will be planted out soon - I am really looking forward their growth. 

best regards from Okinawa - 

Lars

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akamu

One of my favorites mahalo for sharing .Looks like a young D. albofarinosa to the left? And marojejya insignis on the right ? 

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James B

I have 2 that are very young. Planted last spring as probably 3 gallon size. Now both are 6 feet tall at the top of the leaves. Pretty fast growers too. Not Archontophoenix fast but put out 4 leaves last year. 

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redant

Just popped one in the ground this morning, my first one. Beautiful palm.

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richnorm

Can't grow them like Hawaii here in a warm temperate climate but they give me pleasure.  The crownshaft is particularly beautiful but I resisted pulling off the old boot for the photo.

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mike in kurtistown

Pics of my two savoryanums from east Hawaii Island, fronds reach up to 7 or 8 feet. These aren't large enough yet to teach me the subtle morphological differences from other Clinostigma species that I am growing: warburgii, harlandii, exorrhizum, ponapense, and gronophylum.  However, the ID is from Floribunda, my source for them, so should be reliable.

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kinzyjr

Walked past this one the other day and thought it matched Clinostigma savoryanum:

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realarch
43 minutes ago, kinzyjr said:

Walked past this one the other day and thought it matched Clinostigma savoryanum:

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Somewhat similar, but that looks like Carpoxylon.

Tim

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realarch

Adam, the small clumper on the left is a D. lutescens and the on the right is a Marojejya darianii.

Tim

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realarch

Just thought I’d throw in a coupe more photos. These are Clinostigma samoense in a ‘wild’ part of the garden.

They are loving the 80”+, (2000mm), so far this year. Glug, glug.

Tim 

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cobra2326
On 4/4/2021 at 5:59 PM, mike in kurtistown said:

Pics of my two savoryanums from east Hawaii Island, fronds reach up to 7 or 8 feet. These aren't large enough yet to teach me the subtle morphological differences from other Clinostigma species that I am growing: warburgii, harlandii, exorrhizum, ponapense, and gronophylum.  However, the ID is from Floribunda, my source for them, so should be reliable.

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Armchair expert here :) The most noticeable difference between samoense and savoryanum is the drooping leaflets. 

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James B
4 minutes ago, cobra2326 said:

Armchair expert here :) The most noticeable difference between samoense and savoryanum is the drooping leaflets. 

And the color. Savoryanum has it beat in terms of color. 

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akamu

Thanks for your response marojejya are incredible Palms just too dry here. My M. Insignis ended up looking like a burnt potato chip after  Santa ana winds cooked it

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PalmatierMeg
On 4/4/2021 at 6:25 PM, kinzyjr said:

Walked past this one the other day and thought it matched Clinostigma savoryanum:

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Looks like Carpoxylon

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ruskinPalms

I definitely would like one (or some) of these in my yard!! This is a supposedly the most cold/cool tolerant species of this genus so maybe...

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WaianaeCrider

Here is my baby.  Planted 6 months ago one gallon size from FB on Big Island

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WaianaeCrider
On 4/6/2021 at 9:38 PM, WaianaeCrider said:

Here is my baby.  Planted 6 months ago one gallon size from FB on Big Island

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That was at  November 1st.  Here it is today 5 months later.

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palmfriend

Hi,

went to action today and put the first three little babies in the ground. (sprouted last August)

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Spot is under a shade cloth and wind protected, let's see how they will look in fall - update will

follow. 

best regards from Okinawa -

Lars

 

 

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PalmatierMeg

Clinostigma are notoriously cold sensitive and hate my alkaline soil but I got this savoryanum from Floribunda, planted it in the jungle on the south side of the house and mulch it heavily. It's survived 2+ years. This is such a beautiful genus.

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