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3 year Progress Pics in Port Orange FL

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kinzyjr

Very nice!  Looks very lush, green and tropical!

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bubba

Spectacular! Never would guess that the kind of tropical palms you are growing could be accomplished that far north in Florida!

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banthony720

Buccaneer?, dypsis pembana(s)?, majesty on the left?, Teddy I'm pretty sure, bottle, no idea, and a flame thrower? I'm a newbie did i get them right? Are those different dypsis'? I'm hoping to have some photos of my own to this fall. Trying to do it big here in Groveland, FL

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kinzyjr

@banthony720 A warm, belated welcome to the forums!

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NickJames

Nice!!

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Thanks! Here’s a few more 

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Bill H2DB

Very nice .

 It sure shows the great potential of the near coastal areas on the east coast of Florida .

And just enough canopy to work well .

Good job .

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KDubU

Agreed, very nice and like your assortment. Wish I could grow a few of those up this way.

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redant

Remarkable for you location. Very tropical.

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On 4/26/2021 at 9:22 PM, banthony720 said:

Buccaneer?, dypsis pembana(s)?, majesty on the left?, Teddy I'm pretty sure, bottle, no idea, and a flame thrower? I'm a newbie did i get them right? Are those different dypsis'? I'm hoping to have some photos of my own to this fall. Trying to do it big here in Groveland, FL

Definitely have a Bucaneer, Majesty is on the left then a Royal then some Veitchia hybrids I get from seed from Kopsick park in St.Pete. I have some big spindles all over. The Teddy is a Tri-bear from Halley in Deland. I’m on a creek about a mile from the coast and have almost full canopy so I can stretch it a bit. 

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11 hours ago, Bill H2DB said:

Very nice .

 It sure shows the great potential of the near coastal areas on the east coast of Florida .

And just enough canopy to work well .

Good job .

I just added a picture of the microspadix you gifted me a couple years ago. It’s doing great. 10x8 now 

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RedRabbit

Your garden looks great @Reeverse! You’ve accomplished a lot in a relatively short period of time. 

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