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Lytocaryum Hoehnei


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@Laaz Ok I'll rephrase again then I'm gonna get back to my natty :D, my Lyto is gonna see a pinch of frost.....maybe on some days and prolly not on most days. But with the canopy, my oh my the canopy, that frost is gonna creep in and take a look around, say "unh uh, I don't think so" and take back to higher ground

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15 hours ago, DAVEinMB said:

Ok no activity since my horrible joke so here ya go

Third spathe opened :shaka-2:

Congrats!  Any sign of pollen or seed development.om the other two?

I continue to watch mine develop.... still at seven spathes.

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1 hour ago, Scott W said:

Congrats!  Any sign of pollen or seed development.om the other two?

I continue to watch mine develop.... still at seven spathes.

Tbh I don't really know what I'm looking for, I'll take some pics of the other two inflorescence and let the forum tell me what I'm looking at :lol:

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1 hour ago, DAVEinMB said:

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Pic is a little blurry, but what I’m seeing is all female flowers and you can see that the tips are open like little petals of a flower, they also look a little brown so most likely pass their receptive period. I’m not seeing any male flowers, but the majority would’ve been on those brown stems that extend out. The male flowers typically drop off after releasing their pollen. If the females accepted any pollen, the waiting game begins and the seeds will start to develop.

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Matt in Temecula, CA

Hot and dry in the summer, cold with light frost in the winter. Halfway between the desert and ocean

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21 hours ago, freakypalmguy said:

 If the females accepted any pollen, the waiting game begins and the seeds will start to develop.

Yep, time will tell now ....

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Well looks like I had one of mine open up, possibly during the rain storm we had yesterday as I didn't see it open the day before.  Most of the male flowers have fallen off already and any movement causes others to drop.  Only see a handful of female flowers and no visible signs of pollen...

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On 6/6/2020 at 5:18 PM, RJ said:

I don't know what to make of my BXHoehnei Hasn't done much. Wondering if I got one that wasn't a successful crpss. I think it was one of Patric's first batches. Purchased it maybe two years ago.  

I’ve got my Butia x weddellianum in the ground now for about a year and it’s cranking. Hybrid vigor for sure. I’m surprised how fast it’s growing considering it’s parentage.

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