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Crossbreeding/ Hydridizung Palms

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Hortany

Hi there,

let’s discuss the mechanics and limitations of crossbreeding palms to creat new hybrids.

i found this video showcasing a lipstick palm hybrid and be keen to hear from you about your experiences on how this is done:

https://youtu.be/h9KIrQPTJOc

 

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Jesse PNW

Looks like that channel belongs to @Jeff Searle.  Cool find, I hadn't seen any of his videos before.

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