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Discussion in 'COMPANION PLANTS - TROPICAL & SUBTROPICAL' started by Peter, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. Peter

    Peter Member

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    Went to a plant sale today; here are a few photos:
     

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  2. Peter

    Peter Member

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    A few more:
     

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  3. Peter

    Peter Member

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    And a couple from my backyard:

    Acrocomia in the ground, and Bismarkia leaf detail:
     

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  4. kaowinston

    kaowinston Member

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    Good going Peter. Nice PHOTOS.
    Winston
     
  5. Dypsisdean

    Dypsisdean Administrator Staff Member

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    Thanks Peter,
    Good thing I'm not in a place that can grow succulents well. Or else, I would have another whole class of plants to try and learn.
     
  6. Peter

    Peter Member

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    You might be surprised Dean; you've got great draining soil there. Plus, doesn't Al in Kona have some good succulents?
     
  7. Dypsisdean

    Dypsisdean Administrator Staff Member

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    Well Peter,

    I have twice the rain as Al, and Al is mostly "open to the sky," without a lot of the forest shade I have. In addition, where I am is dewy every single night, to the point of dripping.

    And besides, now that you made me interested in all those cool tropical trees, my 3 acres will be full before long. ;)

    Truth is, I don't need to start on another "plant group." I'll visit Al when I get the urge. "So many species, so little time (and land)"
     
  8. Peter

    Peter Member

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    I hear you-it's not like you don't have other options over there. :)
     
  9. eeplants

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    Hey Peter!
    Nice looking photos of the trees.
     

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