redant Posted February 6 Report Share Posted February 6 (edited) Both planted about the same size and same time, about 10 ft apart. Neither ever fertilized. While I do love beccariophoenix alfredii, it's clearly not a real coconut substitute. Like all beccariophoenix it's pretty slow, takes up a massive circumference and the fronds spread for miles lol. beccariophoenix alfredii is very jurrasic park like. Edited February 6 by redant 15 1 Jupiter FL in the Zone formally known as 10A Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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