gurugu Posted January 11 Report Share Posted January 11 These two Jubaeas are well known in northern Spain. They are well over 100 years old. Maybe 120. Last week I went by that place, and I "had" to take some pictures. The two trachycarpus behind must also be over 100 years old. The one on the right is fat, but the one on the left is tummy. It must be over 1 metre in diameter, over 3 metres girth. The first time I saw them was in the early 1990, so 30 years ago, and they weren´t so fat . 21 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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