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Beccariophoenix fenestralis

John in Andalucia

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Not yet in pots, here is 5 month's growth in a temperature-controlled humidity chamber (85 F - 90 F).

With temperatures improving here in London, UK, I'm hoping it won't be long before I can pot these up and let them see some sunlight. One of our UK EPS members has a stunning conservatory example in his home in the North of England, so there's hope that I can grow this as an indoor palm too.

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Hello Kai, I'm using coir with fine grade volcanic rock grit (1 mm -3 mm) and Seramis expanded clay granules - roughly, 6-3-1

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