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Stunning, Bill!

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Meg

Palms of Victory I shall wear

Cape Coral (It's Just Paradise)
Florida
Zone 10A on the Isabelle Canal
Elevation: 15 feet

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

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Bill, now that you are posting photos how about an image of your Dypsis baronii 'black stem' ?  I have several, small plants from your seed sale of February, 2018.   Thanks !

 

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San Francisco, California

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Can somebody please ID what these Palms are for the not-so knowledgeable yet eager to learn PalmTalkers out there? :D

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Nice Bill!  When I first read the title I expected to see trimming of volunteer seedlings!

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2 hours ago, Billeb said:

Can somebody please ID what these Palms are for the not-so knowledgeable yet eager to learn PalmTalkers out there? :D

Hopefully Bill will chime back in with ID'S for sure a couple are big dypsis for sure. 

 

58 minutes ago, Fusca said:

Nice Bill!  When I first read the title I expected to see trimming of volunteer seedlings!

I bet that happened he just didn't take pics before the massacre haha 

T J 

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Lets zee if I can fined enough brain cells to remember the names first dypsis tsaravoasira ,dypsis SP came in as ovobontsira, kentiopsis pyriformis,dypsis malcomberi the flowering one is Irearartea deltoids, dypsis betafuka,dypsis sp dark mealy bug,lemurophoenix halleuxii,cyphophoenix alba.the light is getting dimmer nowwwww.

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48 minutes ago, Bill Austin said:

Lets zee if I can fined enough brain cells to remember the names first dypsis tsaravoasira ,dypsis SP came in as ovobontsira, kentiopsis pyriformis,dypsis malcomberi the flowering one is Irearartea deltoids, dypsis betafuka,dypsis sp dark mealy bug,lemurophoenix halleuxii,cyphophoenix alba.the light is getting dimmer nowwwww.

Hi Bill - Never gets old seeing your palms!  The second SP palm...wasn't that SP 'Metallic'?

Huntington Beach, CA

USDA Zone 10a/10b

Sunset Zone 24

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