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palmtreesforpleasure

Great pictures

the two of you must have enjoyed the all the varieties of Palm a beer :-),

Hope your livers recover soon

regards

colin

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paulgila

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d.lanceolata up-close.

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c.renda.

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clinostigma sp. foot & toes.

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paulgila

page 2 & we're still on the 1st day!this will be an epic!

"oh mr.demille,i'm ready for my close-up!" :D

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areca vestiara.

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anthurium.

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i wonder if the plural is "anthuria"?probably not.

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paulgila

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assorted tropicals abound.

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the mad fox.it was not possible to walk by without a pic,as matt said.

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i have eaten korean food that looked just like this.

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paulgila

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ricky ricardo was looking for his sleeve.i think i found it.

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matt only took pix of the front.here's what the other side looked like.

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paulgila

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dypsis "pink crownshaft",as if i wasn't jealous enough already.

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i have KILLED more of these than some people have had hot meals.

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licuala sp."mapu".

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you know what this one is!

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www.dadluvsu.com

Ok, this one will work...

Palm Envy Emoticon

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Carlo Morici

Beautiful palms and beautiful pictures! I always like the volcanic feeling of Hawaiian palm pictures with slope, lava rocks, cinder.

My "palm envy" focuses on the Dictyocaryum!

What is this?

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Carlo

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MattyB

Carlo, that's one of Dean's Lemurophoenix haleuxii.  They're all about that size and looking healty.

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osideterry

I now am compelled to build a greenhouse to start a Pinnanga and Areca collection. No joke. They are like palm candy.

Thanks for all the closeup and odd viewpoints, as well as the narration.

More? Yes?

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elHoagie

(osideterry @ Nov. 14 2007,16:16)

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I now am compelled to build a greenhouse to start a Pinnanga and Areca collection. No joke. They are like palm candy.

Do it Terry, most of the Pinanga and Areca I've grown in my cold frame look great year round.  Although I'm planning to plant (and kill?) them outside once they're big enough...

Also, thanks for the pics Paul and Matt.  Brings back good memories from my time in Hawaii long ago.

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JakeK

Sweet place Dean! You've got some real treats there.

That madfox really is something else. Also, it looks as if one of the palms I could not identify at the lodge I stayed at in Costa Rica is a Bentinckia nicobarica. Thanks for the pics Matt & Paul.

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paulgila

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cool ti plants.deans got a good variety of these.

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something cool.

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the "climby bits" of previous pic.

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asterogyne sp.hiding behind a fern.

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paulgila

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dypsis with white stem.

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heliconia.i didn't believe it either.

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matt found my fig leaf.

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arenga hookeriana.

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paulgila

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dean gets ready to head-butt the camera.

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a.hookeriana in profile.

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DoomsDave

(elHoagie @ Nov. 14 2007,19:27)

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(osideterry @ Nov. 14 2007,16:16)

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I now am compelled to build a greenhouse to start a Pinnanga and Areca collection. No joke. They are like palm candy.

Do it Terry, most of the Pinanga and Areca I've grown in my cold frame look great year round.  Although I'm planning to plant (and kill?) them outside once they're big enough...

Also, thanks for the pics Paul and Matt.  Brings back good memories from my time in Hawaii long ago.

You can plant that tropical stuff in El Screamo . . . .

Give us pix!

dave

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DoomsDave

P A U L!

M A T T E E E E E E E E E!

SCREAM!

Stop it . . . . .

More pictures, more more more more.

Pant pant, etc. . . . .

dave

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Jeff in St Pete

Great pics guys!  Keep them coming.

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BS Man about Palms

I'm gonna have to fire up the Orgasmatron 3000.........!!!!!

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paulgila

(PiousPalms @ Nov. 14 2007,17:05)

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Ok, this one will work...

Palm Envy Emoticon

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can we add this one somehow?

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Walter John

Any Pinanga insignis lads ?

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paulgila

i believe we saw some p.insignis at bo's...

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Al in Kona

Paul & Matty - Even I'm enjoying this thread, makes me almost think I'm in Hawaii too!  lol

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paulgila

thanks again so much,al,for taking the time to show us around yer beautiful garden,it was one of the high points of the trip!i am still thinking about how good those bananas from yer tree were! :P

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paulgila

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kerriodoxa elegans.

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seeds on the ground under areca guppyana.

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licuala ramsayi.

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late in the afternoon & the daylight begins to wane.

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paulgila

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hyophorbe indica.

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staring contest.matt lost.

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"you talkin' to me?"

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paulgila

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actinorhytis calapparia?matt,help me out...

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paulgila

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the anthurium/feral pig cross seems to be doing well.

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paulgila

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he still had all his major appendages when we saw him last.

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"how did i get roped into making dinner?"

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nerves of steel.

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Jeff Searle

Paul/matt,

      Like usual, it looks like you had a great time out there. Your pitures are nice, Dean's garden has really come along. I just love all the tropicals being grown out there. The ti plant in pic. #53 is "Miss Andrea".....one of my favorites! Thanks for the tour, beautiful!!!

Jeff

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MattyB

Yeah Paul, that was Actinhoritis and the entire leafer w/ spines after that was Vershafeltia splendida.  I think shortly after the seared ahi I got too drunk on beer and saki and they made me go to bed.  Hope there's no pics of that. ???

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paulgila

now come on,matt,would i do i a thing like that? :;):

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Carlo Morici

Thank you Matty,

Now my palm envy goes for Dictyocaryum AND Lemurophoenix.

Paul, what is this?

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something cool.

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the "climby bits" of previous pic.

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MattyB

It's one of Dean's many Philedendrons that are attaching to the Ohia trees.  He'll have to clue us in on the specifics.

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MattyB

Since Paul's laggin' I'll throw a few more up from that first afternoon.

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One of those D. albofarinosa types.

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Paul and Dypsis.  This pic gives a good overall feel of Dean's place nestled up in the native Ohia forest.

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I don't remember what this is....Dean?

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www.dadluvsu.com

Sipokentia beguinii? (spelled that one wrong for sure)

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