Hydriastele ramsayii in situ

Discussion in 'PALM TREES - WHERE TROPICAL STARTS' started by Pilou, Sep 14, 2016.

  1. Pilou

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    Hydriastele ramsayii in situ...

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  2. Pilou

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  4. Dypsisdean

    Dypsisdean Administrator Staff Member

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    It's great to see palms, that I always assumed need lots of water and the deep soil of rain forests, in a somewhat dry and less hospitable environment. It's a lesson that palms are tenacious and many don't need the coddling care we tend to give them. :)
     
  5. edric

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    Hi Philippe, what a great collection of photos, I will add them, thanks for posting, Ed
     
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  6. oh those are nice! Are they growing near the L rigida ?
     
  7. Pilou

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    No, Livistona rigida are often growing near water !
     
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  8. Trying to understand that climate a bit. I understand It's wet-dry tropical, and it's really hot right befor the rains come (we have that in common). What I sense though is this area is so far north that there isn't much chill, much less frost. Superficially. It seems we have some things in common, but I think our cold would make it impossible to grow this species here.
     

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