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I’ll start:

1 Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

7 Arenga engleri

3 Beccariophoenix alfredii (2 seedlings still in pots)

2 Chamaedorea cataractarum

1 Chambeyronia macrocarpa

5 Syagrus romanzoffiana

2 Syagrus weddeliana 

21 palms and 7 species officially but I get a lot of windmill palm seedlings that come up as weeds because they have naturalized in the wooded areas nearby…

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Teegurr

1 Bismarckia nobilis

1 Syagrus romanzoffiana

1 xButiagrus

1 Washingtonia robusta/filibusta

1 Chamaerops humilis

2 Phoenix canariensis seedlings

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Fukuoka Scott
15 minutes ago, Teegurr said:

1 Bismarckia nobilis

1 Syagrus romanzoffiana

1 xButiagrus

1 Washingtonia robusta/filibusta

1 Chamaerops humilis

2 Phoenix canariensis seedlings

Wish I could grow bizzies but my garden is a bit tight and not very sunny. They’re really striking though. Ditto filifera or CIDP. Feel like they’d be too big for my little yard :(

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Teegurr
Just now, Fukuoka Scott said:

Wish I could grow bizzies but my garden is a bit tight and not very sunny. They’re really striking though. Ditto filifera or CIDP. Feel like they’d be too big for my little yard :(

Oh yeah, I'm not exactly growing my Bismarckia in full sun. It's part shade, but I've seen a nice one in shade and it looks great in its own way. @Jim in Los Altos has the amazing shade-grown Bizzie.

The CIDP I don't have room for, so just a little growing experiment in pots.

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Jim in Los Altos

Way too many separate species to list but I will mention some of the genus. About 300 palms and about 120 separate species total. Many are adult palms and many adolescent.

50+ Archontophoenix

2 Arenga 

2 Beccariophoenix 

1 Bismarkia 

3 Brahea

1 Butia

3 Burretiokentia

3 Caryota

5 Ceroxylon

1 Coccothrinax 

60+ Chamaedorea 

4 Chamaerops

8 Chambeyronia

5 Cyphophoenix

11 Dypsis

3 Geonoma

13 Howea

4 Kentiopsis

7 Livistona

4 Parajubaea

22 Phoenix

3 Prestoea

7 Pritchardia

9 Raphis

6 Ravenea

6 Rhopalostylis

1 Roystonea 

1 Sabal

12 Syagrus and Syagrus hybrids

1 Thrinax

5 Trachycarpus

2 Trithinax

2 Wallickia

1 Wodyetia

1 Wodyetia x Veitchia 

...and a few others. 

 

 

 

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Fukuoka Scott
31 minutes ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

Way too many separate species to list but I will mention some of the genus. About 300 palms and about 120 separate species total. Many are adult palms and many adolescent.

50+ Archontophoenix

1 Wodyetia x Veitchia 

...and a few others. 

 

 

 

Holy cow you must have quite an estate! Or run a great nursery! Would love to see it!

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WaianaeCrider

Hope this list from Excel works...99 different palms in the ground.  Eleven more coming in tomorrow and say 1/2 dozen in the green house.  Still lots of room for more here on the 2 acres..  These are all planted at least 6 feet apart more like in a botanical garden than a jungle.

Adonidia merrillii (7)
Archontophoenix alexandrae
Areca catechu
Areca oxycarpa
Arenga australasica
Arenga engleri
Arenga micrantha
Arenga microcarpa
Arenga pinnata
Attalea cohune
Beccariophoenix alfredii
Beccariophoenix madagascariensis
Butia yatay
Calyptrocalyx hollrungii (2)
Caryota mitis
Chamaedorea elegans (1 clump)
Chamaedorea ernesti-augusti
Chamaedorea geonomiformis (DIED)
Chamaedorea metallica (3)
Chamaedorea microspadix (2)
Chamaedorea seifrizii (3 CLUMPS)
Chambeyronia macrocarpa  (2)
Chuniophoenix nana
Clinostigma savoryanum
Coccothrinax barbadensis
Coccothrinax crinita
Coccothrinax miraguama
Copernicia alba
Copernicia baileyana
Cyrtostachys renda (3)
Dictyosperma album
Dypsis Bejouf-
Dypsis cabadae
Dypsis decaryi
Dypsis lanceolata
Dypsis lastelliana
Dypsis leptocheilos
Dypsis lutescens
Dypsis mayotte (2)
Dypsis pembana
Dypsis robusta
Dypsis rosea
Euterpe sp "Orange Crownshaft"
Gaussia maya (3)
Howea forsteriana (1 single) (1 clump of 4)
Hyophorbe indica
Hyophorbe lagenicaulis
Hyophorbe verschaffeltii
Hyphaene coriacea
Itaya amicorum
Jubaeopsis caffra
Licuala grandis
Licuala spinosa
Livistona chinensis
Livistona mariae
Loxococcus ripicola
Lytocaryum weddellianum
Neoveitchia storckii
Phoenix dactylifera (3)
Phoenix roebelenii (10)
Phoenix sylvestris
Phytelephas macrocarpa
Pinanga coronata
Pinanga maculata
Pritchardia arecina
Pritchardia beccariana
Pritchardia hardii
Pritchardia martii
Pritchardia minor
Pritchardia munroi
Pritchardia remota (2)
Pritchardia schattaueri
Pseudophoenix ekmanii
Pseudophoenix sargentii
Pseudophoenix vinifera
Ptychosperma cuneatum (died)
Ptychosperma Elegans
Ptychosperma macarthurii
Ptychosperma (2 unknowns) (clumping)
Ravenea hildebrandtii
Rhapis excelsa
Roystonea oleracea
Roystonea regia
Sabal mexicana
Sabal minor
Sabal palmetto
Sabal rosei
Sabal uresana 
Syagrus amara
Syagrus botryophora
Syagrus coronata
Syagrus romanzoffiana (3)
Syagrus sancona (2)
Thrinax radiata (2 clumps)
Veitchia arecina (6)
Veitchia joannis
Veitchia unknown (out house)
Welfia Regia
Wodyetia bifurcata
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Jim in Los Altos
1 hour ago, Fukuoka Scott said:

Holy cow you must have quite an estate! Or run a great nursery! Would love to see it!

Pretty standard 1/4 acre. Lots of palm density. I left a few genus out of my list like Jubaeopsis and Polyandrococcos. Here are a few garden shots...

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RyManUtah

Planted outside? 

Butiagrus.                                                   1

Brahea armata                                          2

Chamaerops humilis                                 2

Sabal miamiensis                                      1                     

Sabal palmetto                                          3

Trachycarpus fortunei                                5

Trachycarpus fortunei var ‘nova’              2        

Trachycarpus princeps                              4

Washingtonia filifera                                3

Washingtonia filibusta                              2

 

 

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2 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

Pretty standard 1/4 acre.

Amazing what you can fit in 1/4 acre. Must see palm garden one day :greenthumb:

T J 

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redant

I'd be typing all day. Jim's garden always amazes me for tidiness and what your growing for the location. 2.5 acres of palms, I'd never be able to keep my place that well kept.

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Scott W

Didn't realize I actually had this many...

Butia archeri

Butia ordorata

Butia unknown x 2 (possibly mattogrosennsis, lallemantii or lepidiospatha)

Butia x Jubaea F2

Butiagrus x Jubutia F3

Beccareophoenix Alfredii

Caryota maxima Himilaya

Chamaedorea cataractarum

Chamaedorea microspadix

Chamaedorea radicalis

Chamaedorea seifrizzi

Chamaerops humilis

Jubaea chilensis

Jubaea x Butia F3

Livistona chinesis

Livistona saribus

Livistona unknown?

Mule Palm - Merrill Wilcox

Mule Palm & Super Mule - Frank Lewis

Phoenix unknown x3 

Phoenix roebellini x reclinata

Rhapis excelsa?

Syagrus romanzoffiana

Syagrus campyosplatha

Wodyetia bifurcata

Plus a few other unknown palms and Richard Lindberg hybrids along with 20 plus cycads and Cycad hybrids which brings my total to around 50.

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5 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

Pretty standard 1/4 acre. Lots of palm density. I left a few genus out of my list like Jubaeopsis and Polyandrococcos. Here are a few garden shots...

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So killer dude! 

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JohnAndSancho

Mine are all in pots-----

In the office:

Spindle palm

2 D. Lutescens

Mandarin spider plant

Money tree

Generic sansavaria

Unknown tiny succulent

 

In my apartment

5 pots of Kentia (1 4 pack, 1 2 pack, 2 singles)

2 L. Weddellanium

A bunch of small C. Elegans 

C. Cataractarum

2 Dracaena

Rhapsis Excelsea

Monstera

Christmas Palm seedling in a Taco Bell cup

 

On my patio:

Washy Robusta

C. Cataractarum

2 R. Rivularis

C. Benzeii

Butia/L. Weddellanium Hybrid

Queen palm

D. Lutescens

C. Plumosa

L. Chinesis

More tiny c. Elegans

A pot of C. Radicalis seeds

 

I'm sure I'm missing something. I've got around 50. 

 

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masatepino

In my small garden I have more or less 50 species, some not identified yet. Some small, some big and fat like my Royals.

Acrocomia aculeata
Adonidia merilii
Archontophoenix alexandrae
Archontophoenix cunninghamia
Areca triandra
Attalea cohune
Attalea sp. (speciosa?)
Bactris gasipaes
Bactris guineensis
Bismarkia nobilis
Caryota mitis
Caryota urens
Carpentaria acuminata
Chamaedorea costaricana
Chamaedorea elegans
Chamaedorea oblongata
Chamaedorea seifrizii
Chamaedorea cataractarum
Chamaedorea tepejilote
Chamaedorea microspadix
Chamaedorea glaucifolia
Coccothrinax sp
Coccothrinax barbadensis
Cocos nucifera
Corypha umbraculifera
Cyrtostachys  renda
Dictyosperma album 
Dictyosperma album var ….
Dypsis decaryi
Dypsis lastelliana
Dypsis lutescens
Dypsis madagascariensis
Dypsis  plumosa
Elais guineensis
Geonoma interrupta
Hyophorbe lagenicaulis
Hyophorbe verschaffeltii
Latania lontaroides
Licuala  grandis
Livistona chinensis
Phoenix canariensis
Phoenix roebelinii
Pinanga  coronata
Ptychosperma elegans
Ptychosperma macarthurii
Pritchardia pacifica
Reinhardtia gracilis
Raphis  excelsa
Roystonea regia
Sabal mexicana
Saribus rotundifolia
Serenoa repens
Syagrus romanoffzia
Syagrus sancona
Thrinax radiata
Veitchia joannis
Washingtonia  robusta
Wodyetia bifurcata
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Merlyn

As of today I have 233 palms, 148 cycads, 20 bamboos, and ~300 agaves/cacti/aloes in the ground.  On deck I have about 148 more palms, 67 cycads, and 45 more agaves/cacti/aloes.  That's in about 3/4 acre, so some areas are pretty packed.  I'm sure I'll have to do some "editing" in the future, but most spots are not too horribly overplanted.

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Palmaceae

In Cape Coral and then in St. Pete I had over 140 species of palms, now since moving to Tennessee I have 6, a bit of a decline :D

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Chester B

1/4 acre Cold Hardy Palm garden - all in ground with additional species growing out in pots

Butia eriospatha - 1

Butia odorata - 1

Jubaea chilensis - 3

Butiagrus - 1

Sabal minor - 5

Sabal brazoria - 1

Sabal louisiana - 2

Sabal uresana - 2

Sabal causiarum - 2

Sabal palmetto - 2

Chamaedorea microspadix - 10

Chamaedorea radicalis - 9

Trachycarpus takil - 1

Trachycarpus wagnerianus - 2

Trachycarpus latisectus - 1

Trachycarpus princeps - 2

Trachycarpus fortunei - 33

Rhapidophyllum hystrix - 7

Serenoa repens - 1

Livistona nitida - 1

Livistona chinensis - 2

Chamaerops humilis - 3

Chamaerops humilis "argentea" - 3

Washingtonia robusta - 1

Brahea armata - 1

 

97 palms representing 25 species.

Plus two unknown seedlings - One is a Sabal of some sort and the other I think might be a Trachycarpus.  They could be from leftover ungerminated seed.

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7 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

Pretty standard 1/4 acre. Lots of palm density. I left a few genus out of my list like Jubaeopsis and Polyandrococcos. Here are a few garden shots...

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Wow! Very impressive, hats off to you sir!!!!

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WaianaeCrider
1 hour ago, Merlyn said:

As of today I have 233 palms, 148 cycads, 20 bamboos, and ~300 agaves/cacti/aloes in the ground.  On deck I have about 148 more palms, 67 cycads, and 45 more agaves/cacti/aloes.  That's in about 3/4 acre, so some areas are pretty packed.  I'm sure I'll have to do some "editing" in the future, but most spots are not too horribly overplanted.

 All I can say is WOW!

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Reyes Vargas
10 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

60+ Chamaedorea

Come on man nobody needs that many Chamaedorea.  Share the wealth ;).  That's a great collection of palms and beautiful looking yard.  Looks like a jungle.

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In ground:
4 Syagrus romanzoffiana
1 Butia ? (odorata in my signature, but not sure)
1 Washingtonia robusta
1 Ravenea rivuralis
1 Wodyetia bifurcata
2 Bismarckia nobilis (seedlings)

Cycads in ground:
2 Cycas revoluta

In pots:
2 Sabal palmetto (seedlings)
1 Livistona chinensis (seedling)
1 Hyophorbe lagenicaulis
9 Phoenix roebelenii (some will be planted at some point) 

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Fusca

Jubaea chinensis, Brahea clara 'icy blue', Butia x Jubaea, Chamaedorea cataractarum and radicalis (9), Washingtonia filifera, Chamaerops humilis green (2) and argentea, Sabal minor, Sabal uresana, Sabal guatemalensis, Sabal 'Riverside', Parajubaea sunkha, Livistona decora, Livistona chinensis, Livistona saribus (green petiole), Livistona muellerii, Butyagrus (2), Butia odorata (3), Copernicia alba (blue),  Syagrus romanzoffiana, Serenoa repens, Trithrinax acanthacoma, Phoenix dactylifera, Hyphaene coreacea and Bismarckia nobilis.

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Fusca

@Jim in Los Altos, only one Butia?  I'll have to send you one!  :D  Love the dog and fish too!

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iDesign

While I won't win for the most TOTAL palms, I might be in the race for the most palms purchased in 2021 (so far). Here's a list of palms I've purchased in 2021...

- Archontophoenix purpurea (1 M, 1 S)
- Caryota maxima (1 L)
- Caryota obtusa (1 S)
- Chamaedorea costaricana (4 XL)
- Chamaedorea ernesti-augusti (1 S)
- Chamaedorea microspadix (1 L)
- Chamaedorea radicalis (1 L)
- Chamaedorea siefrizii (1 S)
- Chamaedorea tepejilote (2 M)
- Chambeyronia hookeri (1 M)
- Chambeyronia houailou (1 S)
- Chambeyronia macrocarpa (4 - S, M, L, XL)
- Coccothrinax miraguama (1 XL)
- Dypsis lafazamanga (1 M)
- Dypsis leptocheilos (1 S)
- Dypsis lutescens (2 M)
- Dypsis onilahensis "weepy" (1 S)
- Dypsis plumosa (2 M)
- Ficus dammaropsis (1 S)
- Ficus lyrata (1 XL)
- Johannesteijsmannia altifrons (1 S)
- Licuala sumawongii (1 M)
- Pritchardia martii (1 S)
- Rhopalostylis Oceana (3 L)
- Veitchia Arecina Triple (1 L, 1 M)
- Wodyetia bifurcata (1 S)

I'm almost done with my collection, except for one more that I want REALLY badly (I've reserved the most prime spot in my yard for it)...
- Dypsis leptocheilos x dacaryi ("Tri-bear")

* If anyone knows where I can get a Tri-bear in Southern California, please let me know. Then my collection will be pretty close to complete! (I know, famous last words). It's been a busy - and exciting - few months collecting all of these. Here's a photo of the first three I bought (my yard is full of palms now... some in the ground, others waiting their turn).

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amh
7 hours ago, RyManUtah said:

Planted outside? 

Butiagrus.                                                   1

Brahea armata                                          2

Chamaerops humilis                                 2

Sabal miamiensis                                      1                     

Sabal palmetto                                          3

Trachycarpus fortunei                                5

Trachycarpus fortunei var ‘nova’              2        

Trachycarpus princeps                              4

Washingtonia filifera                                3

Washingtonia filibusta                              2

 

 

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How are the trachycarpus species handling your summer conditions?

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Jim in Los Altos
59 minutes ago, Reyes Vargas said:

Come on man nobody needs that many Chamaedorea.  Share the wealth ;).  That's a great collection of palms and beautiful looking yard.  Looks like a jungle.

17 Chamaedorea species in the garden with multiples of most of those. They’re easy to maintain due to their sizes and fit well under the bigger palms. 

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JohnAndSancho
57 minutes ago, Fusca said:

@Jim in Los Altos, only one Butia?  I'll have to send you one!  :D  Love the dog and fish too!

And the classic Cougar. 

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2 hours ago, idesign123 said:

While I won't win for the most TOTAL palms, I might be in the race for the most palms purchased in 2021 (so far). Here's a list of palms I've purchased in 2021...

My 2021 has also been quite the year. Here’s my list…

 

Archontophoenix Tuckeri (2 Singles)

Archontophoenix Alexanadrae (quad)

Bismarkia Nobilis (1)

Burretiokentia Koghiensis (1)

Chamaedorea Plumosa (2 Multi’s)

Chamaedorea Hooperiana (1)

Chambeyronia Hookeri (1)

Chambeyeonia Macrocarpa Watermelon (1)

Dictosperma Album (1)

Dypsis Onilahensis (Upright) (3)

Dypsis Pembana (1)

Dypsis Baronii (1)

Dypsis Lanceolata (3)

Dypsis Madagascariansis “Mahajunga” (1)

Dypsis Decaryi (1)

Hedycepe Canterburyana (1)

Howea Forsteriana (5 Pack Multi)

Howea Belmoreana (1 Single)

Kentiopsis Oliviformis (1)

 Rhopalostylis Baueri (1)

 Rhopalostylis Cheesmanii (1)

 Rhopalostylis Oceana Chatham Island (1)

Wodyetia Bifurcata (Double)

Encephalartos Lehmanii (1)

Encephalartos Lehmanii x Trispinosus (1)

Cycas Circinalis (1) 

Zamia Furfuracea (1)

 

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Billeb
11 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

 

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The design of the grounds impresses me the most. GardenGoals for sure!! Unbelievable really. 

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11 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

Pretty standard 1/4 acre. Lots of palm density. I left a few genus out of my list like Jubaeopsis and Polyandrococcos. Here are a few garden shots..

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These are awe inspiring and give me inspiration on how I want my one side of the yard to look someday!  

Here's my start...

 

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Allagoptera Arenaria (2)

Arenga Engleri 

Acoelorrhaphe Wrightii 

Brahea Aculeata 

Brahea Armata 

Brahea Decumbens 

Brahea Dulcis ( blue)

Brahea Edulis

Brahea Elegans 

Brahea Moorei (2)

Brahea Nitida 

Brahea Super Silver 

Butia Odorata 

Butia Yatay x Queen ( P S)

Chamaedorea Radicalis  (5)

Chamaerops Humilis 

Chamaerops Argentea 

Copernicia Prunifera 

Jubaea Chilensis 

Livistona Austrailis 

Livistona Chinensis 

Livistona Decora 

Livistona Lanuginosa 

Livistona Nitida 

Nannorrhops Arabica 

Phoenix Acaulis 

Phoenix Canariensis 

Rhapidophyllum Hystrix 

Sabal Birmingham 

Sabal Blackburniana 

Sabal Causiarum (2)

Sabal Guatemalensis 

Sabal Mexicana 

Sabal Minor (SoCal) (2)

Sabal Minor ( Blountstown Dwarf) (2)

Sabal Minor (Cherokee)

Sabal Minor ( Chipola Dwarf) (2)

Sabal Minor ( Louisiana)

Sabal Miamiensis 

Sabal Palmetto (2)

Sabal Pumos 

Sabal Riverside 

Sabal Roseii 

Sabal Tamaulipas (2)

Sabal Uresana 

Serenoa Repens (blue)

Sygarus Romanzoffiana (2)

Sygarus Campestris 

Sygarus Glaucescens 

Trachycarpus Wagnerianus 

Trachycarpus Princeps 

Trithrinax Campestris 

Total Palms: 65  with 52 different varieties. 

Cycads: 11 with 6 varieties 

Yes,  I cheat by counting different Minors as separate varieties :P

 

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RyManUtah
4 hours ago, amh said:

How are the trachycarpus species handling your summer conditions?

I have lost anything smaller than a 5G if it got any afternoon sun, at all. The larger fortunei seem to do fine. One grew a foot in a year. 

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kinzyjr

For now, this is accurate for the palms.  There will likely be some changes as time rolls on and things either flourish or fail:

Genus

Species

Variety

Note

Acoelorrhaphe

wrightii

Azul

 

Acoelorrhaphe

wrightii

 

 

Adonidia

merrillii

 

 

Archontophoenix

alexandrae

 

 

Archontophoenix

cunninghamiana

 

 

Arenga

engleri

 

 

Beccariophoenix

alfredii

 

 

Beccariophoenix

fenestralis

 

 

Bismarckia

nobilis

Silver

 

Brahea

brandegeei x armata

 

 

Butia

odorata (?)

 

Might be catarensis

Carpentaria

acuminata

 

 

Chamaedorea

microspadix

 

 

Chamaedorea

radicalis

 

 

Chamaerops

humilis

cerifera

 

Coccothrinax

barbadensis

 

 

Cocos

nucifera

Green Malayan Dwarf

 

Cocos

nucifera

Jamaican Tall

 

Cocos

nucifera

Maypan

 

Cryosophila

warscewiczii

 

 

Dictyosperma

album

?

 

Dypsis

cabadae

 

 

Dypsis

decaryi

 

 

Dypsis

leptocheilos

 

 

Dypsis

lutescens

 

 

Dypsis

pembana

 

 

Dypsis

prestoniana

 

 

Euterpe

edulis

Orange Crownshaft

 

Howea

forsteriana

 

 

Hyphaene

coriacea

 

 

Hyphaene

thebaica

 

 

Jubaea

chilensis

 

 

Kentiopsis

oliviformis

 

 

Livistona

chinensis

 

 

Livistona

decora

 

 

Livistona

saribus

 

 

Medemia

argun

 

 

Phoenix

canariensis

 

 

Phoenix

dactylifera

 

 

Phoenix

reclinata

 

 

Phoenix

roebelenii

 

 

Phoenix

theophrasti

 

 

Pseudophoenix

sargentii

 

 

Ptychosperma

elegans

 

 

Rhapidophyllum

hystrix

 

 

Rhapis

excelsa

 

 

Roystonea

regia

 

 

Sabal

etonia

Miamiensis

 

Sabal

martima

 

 

Sabal

minor

Cherokee

 

Sabal

minor

Emerald Isle Giant

 

Sabal

minor

McCurtain

 

Sabal

minor

 

 

Sabal

palmetto

 

 

Serenoa

repens

Super Silver

 

Serenoa

repens

 

 

Syagrus

romanzoffiana

 

 

Thrinax

radiata

 

 

Trachycarpus

fortunei

 

 

Veitchia

arecina

 

 

Washingtonia

filifera

 

 

Wodyetia

bifurcata

 

 

 

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JohnAndSancho
8 hours ago, JohnAndSancho said:

 

I'm sure I'm missing something. I've got around 50. 

 

I did forget the A. Tuckeri seedlings. I've got 7 of those. 

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1 hour ago, RyManUtah said:

I have lost anything smaller than a 5G if it got any afternoon sun, at all. The larger fortunei seem to do fine. One grew a foot in a year. 

Good, I'm starting a bunch of seeds and if they can handle your sun, they will handle my afternoon shade.

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 Coastal Volusia county Florida I have so far at my current property 175 ish total palms from 48 different species 

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Fukuoka Scott

First of all, Jim, wow. That really is stunning and must be a treat to spend time in.

Looking at everyone’s inventories I’m realizing I’m hardly the palm freak I thought I was - a mere dilettante!

But on top of the palms I have two five-foot Dicksonia Antarctica tree ferns, a 7-foot Cyathea cooperi tree fern, a cycas debaoensis, a cycas revoluta, ten philodendron selloums, shell ginger, a handful of orchids and some Strelitzia reginae and nicolai so my place isn’t the bleak desert my inventory might suggest! ;)

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15 hours ago, Jim in Los Altos said:

Pretty standard 1/4 acre. Lots of palm density. I left a few genus out of my list like Jubaeopsis and Polyandrococcos. Here are a few garden shots...

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I love your garden Jim. It seems to be an endless jungle. Apart from all the absolutely healthy fruiting palms I especially love your pond and bridge surrounded by lush jungle. Inspirational stuff.

BTW, what the 70's car in the driveway? It looks like a Ford of some sort. Real cool.

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3 hours ago, James760 said:

Allagoptera Arenaria (2)

Arenga Engleri 

Acoelorrhaphe Wrightii 

Brahea Aculeata 

Brahea Armata 

Brahea Decumbens 

Brahea Dulcis ( blue)

Brahea Edulis

Brahea Elegans 

Brahea Moorei (2)

Brahea Nitida 

Brahea Super Silver 

Butia Odorata 

Butia Yatay x Queen ( P S)

Chamaedorea Radicalis  (5)

Chamaerops Humilis 

Chamaerops Argentea 

Copernicia Prunifera 

Jubaea Chilensis 

Livistona Austrailis 

Livistona Chinensis 

Livistona Decora 

Livistona Lanuginosa 

Livistona Nitida 

Nannorrhops Arabica 

Phoenix Acaulis 

Phoenix Canariensis 

Rhapidophyllum Hystrix 

Sabal Birmingham 

Sabal Blackburniana 

Sabal Causiarum (2)

Sabal Guatemalensis 

Sabal Mexicana 

Sabal Minor (SoCal) (2)

Sabal Minor ( Blountstown Dwarf) (2)

Sabal Minor (Cherokee)

Sabal Minor ( Chipola Dwarf) (2)

Sabal Minor ( Louisiana)

Sabal Miamiensis 

Sabal Palmetto (2)

Sabal Pumos 

Sabal Riverside 

Sabal Roseii 

Sabal Tamaulipas (2)

Sabal Uresana 

Serenoa Repens (blue)

Sygarus Romanzoffiana (2)

Sygarus Campestris 

Sygarus Glaucescens 

Trachycarpus Wagnerianus 

Trachycarpus Princeps 

Trithrinax Campestris 

Total Palms: 65  with 52 different varieties. 

Cycads: 11 with 6 varieties 

Yes,  I cheat by counting different Minors as separate varieties :P

 

That’s a very impressive amount of sabals! What’s your thoughts on the nannorrhops arabica?

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