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What this palm is?


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Can someone tell me what this palm is? I bought seeds as the washingtonia flifer and on the packaging was written, that it is washingtonia, but the seedling is over two years old and it does not look like washingtonia filifera. This palm is long leaves, but these are not yet proper leaves.

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How interesting! I don’t know either and am curious to hear what others think! Maybe a Syagrus or some wispy Chamaedorea like a plumosa or seifrezii? I could be, and probably am completely wrong but it’s fun to guess :huh:

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