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another common yucca sp..

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Kris

some thorny side of life....

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Kris

i love these thorny guys_every human beings are like

these.i.e hard outside & soft and warm inside !  :)

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Kris

hey these guys are from your place,

think they grown in texas,mexico,sere navada.

any ideas !

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Kris

very common sp in india.

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Kris

new kids in the block,these are new plants

made from cutting from their mother plants.

this area is my roof of our house !

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Kris

this guy iam catching is a desert variety

which has grown tall in just 3 years and

is still in a small pot !

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Walter John

Kris

Great to see your palms and cycads.

One family...many trees.

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ruskinPalms

Kris,

Those are fantastic pictures of your garden!

Bill

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Kamipalms

Great photos Kris!

I think your unknown palm in post 14 is a Ptychosperma of some description and your unknown dwarf palm in post 19 is Chamaedorea elegans.

Your pulmariea's look good too!

Jason.

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redant

(krisachar @ Aug. 21 2006,02:54)

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the place where we live is like new-york city

no much green cover at all.our house looks

a garden totally out of place.

but people who cross our home praise for its

green cover.

To bad more people aren't like you! Looks like you have a little bit of paradise in the big city.

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palmazon

excellent images, Kris

this 'palm-family tree' truly has global roots

especially illuminating: barefoot gardeners (I,too, am guilty! I just love it when the snails squish between my toes...)

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Kris

Some Form of Crotain I Believe ?

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Kris

Phoneix Dawrf variety left to long in community

pots,now appear pale & cramped up !

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Kris

Indian Fish Tail Palm  :)

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Kris

Phoenix palm Indian Variety..

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Kris

Same Phoenix palm long shot..

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Kris

Fan palm its name not known to me ?

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Kris

Our mango tree,shot from the terrace top,

i will post this tree with mangoes this summer !

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BigFrond

Very nice pictures and plants Kris.  You still have lots of space to plant all of your container plants.  That is one big mango tree.

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Kris

Margosa (Neem Tree) & money plant_those suckers or

climbers are called as.iam not superstatious but

in india it is believed that when this plant begins to

grow to huge propotions they bring good fortune

and wealth to its owner.in my experience it appears

to be true. :)

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Kris

our neem tree acts as a wall or barrier against

neighbouring buildings thus giving much wanted

privacy !

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Kris

Phoenix Date Palm_Dactyleferia Sp.

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Kris

Date Palm_Majdool Sp. Along with suckers.

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Kris

Ariel Shot of the Phoenix..

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Kris

this tree's flower is very very auspicious for

indian weddings,it is compulsory for the

bride & bridegroom to ware garlands out of

this tree's flower.and the beauty the tree blooms

with flowers when the marriage season starts !

in the next season i will post pictures of those

flowers_its a promise !  :)

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Kris

arieal shot_long view of royals & fish tail

palms..

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paulgila

thanks for the tour,kris! wonderful plants!

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SubTropicRay

very nice.

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Kim

Kris-- It is great to see your collection and home.  I like the lush entrance to your place, and admire your preservation of the tree in the driveway.  You are truly "one with your garden".

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elHoagie

(krisachar @ Aug. 21 2006,03:13)

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hey these guys are from your place,

think they grown in texas,mexico,sere navada.

any ideas !

Kris,

The cacti on the left is Echinocactus grusonii.  The one on the right looks like a Ferocactus sp., but I'm not sure what species.  I agree with Kamipalms that you have a Ptychosperma for the palm in post 14.  Great pictures, thanks for sharing!

Jack

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Gileno Machado

Wow...

So we finally got to see you and your nice garden Kris, thank you.

It's amazing how we cultivate similar plants around the planet...I know mangoes are from India, but we grow so many here different varieties and hybrids here in NE Brazil that you would be impressed...

Also, its funny how you name the Neem tree with the portuguese word margosa (we say amargosa, or bitter taste...)... are you located near Goa?

The Phoenix looks very nice...so perfectly trimmed, do you fix it by yourself?

Now we are ready for some more pictures of Madras area too...  :)

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BS Man about Palms

Hi Kris!

 First off, great peek at your garden in the city paradise! Thanx!

I would venture you get far more work done with your garden "hands" than I do!!  :D

Your bottle looks like the cross between the Indica and Lagenicaulis.   Auyone else see it that way?

And your Phoenix in post #62 is superb!!! You and your helpers and the "big one" have done an amazing job!

Bill

PS- Normally I would think you were nuts for leaving that tree there in front of the garage, but when you are in such a "green starved " area, I'd do just what you did!

PPS- Looks like the next reply makes 3 pages!!  :P

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