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Trachy ID Help


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Hello palmtalkers! could somebody please tell me what Trachycarpus species this is. Front side of the leaves is standard green but it has unusual waxy silver-blue coating (just like C. humilis cerifera) on the leaves undersides. Common fortunei, crossbred, other species, any ideas? Thanks

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I've seen regular T. fortunei with those traits to varying degrees. Classic fortunei ligules have formed along with the crown fibers.  There might be some crossing but nothing that indicates anything compelling.

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49 minutes ago, Las Palmas Norte said:

I've seen regular T. fortunei with those traits to varying degrees. Classic fortunei ligules have formed along with the crown fibers.  There might be some crossing but nothing that indicates anything compelling.

I have to agree. I have one fortunei that is much whiter on the underside compared to the rest, just some random variation I suppose.

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