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Cycas revoluta

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Young Roystonea oleraceas and yellow fruiting Cocos nucifera in the background

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Siphokentia beguinii (They gave me one of these...)

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Dypsis hybrid cabadae x madagascariensis

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Ptychosperma caryotoides

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Row of Dypsis lutescens with part of Latania verschaffeltii on the left.

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Carpentaria acuminata addition

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Latania verschaffeltii

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Pritchardia sp

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Pasture with forest on the top of the hill

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Hyphaene thebaica

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and again from another angle

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Dypsis lutescens and Liana

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Cactus ranch; Caryota mitis in the background

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deezpalms

Great garden Gileno!! It it easy to obtain that many different species of palms in Brasil? They've got quite a selection!!

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Arenga caudata

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Dave:

Many of these palms came from a Collector in Ceara State up north...others from nurseries in Sao Paulo, Rio and other States from the South. They`ve been buying from many places, including Recife.

Cyrtostachys glauca

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C. glauca detail

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Synechanthus warscewiczianus

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Areca triandra

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H. rostrata

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Chuniophoenix nana

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Desmoncus polyacanthos

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Copernicia baileyana

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That`s all for today...thanks

Jack, thanks for the Washingtonia insight...

More photos later.

Sabal mauritiiformis

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calyptrocalyx&licuala freck

(Gileno Machado @ Jan. 24 2008,18:10)

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Siphokentia beguinii (They gave me one of these...)

:) Hi Gileno,  

Very Nice

It looks like the form of S.beguinii from 'Ode Island',

any chance that you got a picture of the Mature palm.

This var; only splits it leaf once, Theres another var,

from Halmhera Island, but splits into board segments.

Both esp "Ode Island "var, has amuch thicker leaf to

any of the other types.

Cheers, Dude

Mikey.  :)  

(P.S)If the rain stops I'll take apicture of a Mature

S. beguinii var; '' Ode Island" with some seed just ripening.

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Very nice garden indeed. Must be a lot of work maintaining it to look so perfect though... like that perfect square for every palms.

BTW, how big does the S. Begunii 'Ode Island' get? I had an argument with someone that it stays small... All Siphokentia I have seen get to be a decent size.

Regards, Ari :)

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palmtreesforpleasure

thank you Gileno

What a lovely garden, hopefully you can give us regular updates

regards

colin

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(ariscott @ Jan. 25 2008,01:35)

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Very nice garden indeed. Must be a lot of work maintaining it to look so perfect though... like that perfect square for every palms.

BTW, how big does the S. Begunii 'Ode Island' get? I had an argument with someone that it stays small... All Siphokentia I have seen get to be a decent size.

Regards, Ari :)

:) Hi Ari,

   Put some money up and bet to who argued with you,

Nothing small about this one at all, Medium to tall.

Will post a picture of my one, That way I can show

Gileno as well, It's a stunner, ( Adam & Katie called last night)

dropping in Sunday)

catch-up later,

Cheers Mikey :)

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Thanks Mike,

I will tell that person that he planted it in the wrong spot... better yet, you can show him (it was Adam  :D  :D ). Have fun on Sunday... I wished I could be there too. The beauty of DINKS... they can travel whenever and wherever they want.... Can't complain, I love my kids :).

Regards, Ari :)

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(ariscott @ Jan. 25 2008,20:27)

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Thanks Mike,

I will tell that person that he planted it in the wrong spot... better yet, you can show him (it was Adam  :D  :D ). Have fun on Sunday... I wished I could be there too. The beauty of DINKS... they can travel whenever and wherever they want.... Can't complain, I love my kids :).

Regards, Ari :)

:) Hi Ari,

 I'll show Adam and then I'll have Kate kick him as

he's looking up, :D

Hey I know what you mean, And you shore have got

lovely Kids,& there so cute. I'm a little lucker in someways

but don't for get there Teenagers, Lots of Fun still coming yet Ari. :laugh:  :laugh:

Still love them just as much,

Take Care, catch-up later, Mikey

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Thanks again for the replies.

Mike, please show us the Siphokentias here please.

Here as a few more pictures of their palms:

Syagrus schizophylla fruiting

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Carnauba (Copernicia prunifera)

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Euterpe edulis, fully exposed:

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Mauritiella armata

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Coccothrinax argentata and Wallichia disticha in the background:

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Livistona muellerii

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Thrinax parviflora (?)

She is not sure about this one, so please help her to ID:

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Iriartea deltoidea (too much exposed, in my opinion- Help us Bo...)

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Iriartea deltoidea again

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