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First Flower on my Chamaerops humilis

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My Chamaerops humilis that I had for about five years now and I leave unprotected has finally flowered! 

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Will Simpson

I always like a first . They get showy too . In a week or so they will get a really pretty yellow . My Humilus  has flowered for about 7  years , and the Cerifera about 3 years . I might take another picture when they get bright yellow .

They don't like single digits so keep an eye out for severe cold and protect it . 

Here is my smaller Cerifera :

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Here is my more mature Chammy humilus :

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Dartolution

Congratulations! Looks like you've got a boy!

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Will Simpson

I can't tell male from female Chammys like I know Trachys . I never get seed so I guess that is why . 

Thanks ,

Will

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