Looks great Dean! I've got a few seedlings that should be ready to plant next year. Any sign of flowers?
Nice Dean! I managed to germinate a few seeds finally and have a few tiny seedlings-hopefully I can nurse them up to planting size.
Beautiful Dean! Keep your eyes out for a Saracca thaipengensis-it's another fantastic flowering tree that would do really well for you there.
Sorry, I just came across this thread today. Nice Dean! We just got some seed in and there are some coming up, although it's way early days yet.
Great photos as usual Dean-thanks!
Very impressive Scott! I just planted a 5g this summer in full Inland Socal sun and it's the fastest growing palm in my garden. Can't wait till...
Nice photos guys. I love tree ferns, and I'm growing several varieties here in inland Socal. I've got C. cooperii, C. 'brentwood', which is a...
I hear you-it's not like you don't have other options over there. :-)
You might be surprised Dean; you've got great draining soil there. Plus, doesn't Al in Kona have some good succulents?
And a couple from my backyard:
Acrocomia in the ground, and Bismarkia leaf detail:
A few more:
Went to a plant sale today; here are a few photos:
Actually, now that I think about it, they might need a bit of water, or at least, they look better with water. I think Ron has had some problems...
Good excuse to try posting photos; one of my E. lambeii's:[IMG]
I'm sure Ron will hook you up Matty. I'd throw in a few Euphorbia lambeii's for some height(visible in the upper right corner of Kim's photo #2).
Ron, I've got 2 plants of combretum coccinae(sp?); both have barely grown after a couple of years in the ground. They don't seem to be bothered...
I've saved that photo since you posted it a few years ago; that is one enormous dammaropsis. I've never seen that form over on this...
Nicely done Dean! I did the same thing with a Ficus dammaropsis in Santa Barbara. It seems the most important thing is to get as much root as...
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