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Hey all, 

Its a blustery late fall day today and I’m doing some much needed maintenance on the garden. Here are a few things that caught my eye as I did some cleanup. 
Some Dypsis thingee, possible hybrid:2F6E09F2-A5C1-4BD2-ACDD-548919D30F0B.thumb.jpeg.2cc3430224e5a52fd9637fdf2af2f153.jpeg

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Coastal canyon area of San Diego

 

"In the shadow of the Cross"

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Hopefully I get this in the correct order: 

Dypsis manajarensis crown and Rhopalostylis cheesemanii trying to break through neighbors canopy:

 

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A Euterpe e. with fruit and from right to left, Dypsis pembana, Syagrus psuedococcos, Pritchardia hillebrandii. (Overhead Washingtonia photobombing in background)

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A beautiful Acanthophoenix rouselii and a recently trimmed “California coconut”

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Finally, someone helping himself to Butia fruit as I post.. Thanks for looking!

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4 hours ago, Billy said:

Is that an alfredii? Looking super nice Do you know how long it's been in the ground and from what size? 

That is actually fenestralis.. I planted it in 2003 as a 5 gallon plant. Is a bit “weepier” than alfredii.

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More picture!

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Sweet!!!

Matt Bradford

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Spring Valley, CA (8.5 miles inland from San Diego Bay)

10B on the hill (635 ft. elevation)

9B in the canyon (520 ft. elevation)

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Fine density of palms! 

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