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CarloSpain

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Buenas a todos!!! Me alegro de que se haya decidido poner una sección de palmeras en español en este foro.

Revisando fotos antigua, he encontrado y esta, me podeis confirmar que se trata de una Cyphophoenix nucele?

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Malaga, South Spain 'Costa del Sol'  Zone 10b

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Hola Carlos!!

Yo diria que si es una C. nucele.

C.elegans no tiene una corona tan densa y las hojas suelen arquearse ligeramente a diferencia de C.nucele.

Porcierto bonito ejemplar, de donde son las fotos? Malaga?

Saludos.

"Not the straight angle that attracts me, nor straight, hard, inflexible, created by man. What attracts me is the free and sensual curve, the curves that find in the mountains of my country, in the course of its winding rivers, the sea waves, the body of the woman preferred. Curves is done throughout the universe, the universe of Einstein's curved." -Oscar Niemeyer

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Carlo,

Mi espanol no es muy bueno, pero, puedo confirmar que aquella palmera es una cyphophoenix nucele. Tengo siete nuceles que estan muy pequenos. Es una de mi favoritas!

Miguel

Michael Ferreira

Bermuda-Humid(77% ave), Subtropical Zone 11, no frost

Warm Season: (May-November): Max/Min 81F/73F

Cool Season: (Dec-Apr): Max/Min 70F/62F

Record High: 94F

Record Low: 43F

Rain: 55 inches per year with no dry/wet season

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Carlo,

Para mí sí se parece a una Cyphophoenix nucele también. Tengo una planta de esta especie y espero que un día mí planta luzca como esta en tu foto.

Saludos

Formerly Jeff in Costa Rica
 

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Hola Carlo, estoy de acuerdo es definitivamente un gran ejemplo de lo que un Cyphophoenix nucele se parece. Gran foto señor!

Dave Hughson

Carlsbad, Ca

1 mile from ocean

Zone 10b

Palm freaks are good peeps!!!!!

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¡Qué guapa es! ¿Cuál es su resistencia?

Sur de Mallorca (39º 58′ 0″ N) - Zona USDA 9b/10a

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Gracias a todos! Estaba casi seguro, pero queria que alguien me lo confirmara, esta en el famoso jardin de Gunter en Marbella :drool:

Malaga, South Spain 'Costa del Sol'  Zone 10b

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Por cierto, se me olvidaba, donde se pueden conseguir semillas o plantones, Ortanique los tiene, pero me parece bastante caros y segun lei hace poco en infojardin, no llegan en muy buenas condiciones.

Malaga, South Spain 'Costa del Sol'  Zone 10b

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Jose Carlos,

Tu tienes que hacerle un pediodo a Jeff Marcus ( Floribunda ), ya no lo puedes evirar más... :floor:

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