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On 11/10/2011, 11:27:16, realarch said:

Just thought I'd throw in a couple of photos of the seeds, juvenile, and mature Actinorhytis.

Collected these two seeds at the beginning of last year, easily germinated, and just waited for a good root system to pot them up.

The seeds are a bit bigger than a golf ball and about as solid. I liked the way the end caps just popped off when germination began.

Planted out a few months ago and they are a fast grow. The last pic is of the mature mother palm, (to the left ), at the local zoo.

 

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Blast from the past! Snapped a couple of photos this morning for an update on the post from back in 2011. 

They are the palms in the back with a shovel for scale on the left. 

Tim 

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Tim

Hilo, Hawaii

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Lush and beautiful, Tim. Wish I could grow one. Thanks for the update.

Meg

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Elevation: 15 feet

I'd like to be under the sea in an octopus' garden in the shade.

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On 4/27/2018 at 11:52 AM, GrumpyGrower said:

Here are my two seedlings from my friend in Singapore, starting to grow very fastly

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here is update of my indoor Actinorhytis calapparia

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Wow, they look great! I hope you have high ceilings by the way they are growing. 

I’ll have to compare mine after the last update for growth.

Tim

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14 hours ago, GrumpyGrower said:


here is update of my indoor Actinorhytis calapparia

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They look amazing! 

How big are your pots? 

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7 hours ago, beliz1985 said:

They look amazing! 

How big are your pots? 

Thank you! It’s one plant and it has 7l pot (about 20cm deep). I have to keep it small because our ceilings. :D

 

Vojtech

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