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Discussion in 'PALM TREES - WHERE TROPICAL STARTS' started by MattyB, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. MattyB

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    What's wrong with my palm?
     

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  2. Dypsisdean

    Dypsisdean Administrator Staff Member

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    Hey Matty - there are three ways to display a photo - thumb, attachment, or full size. You just did an attachment.
     
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  6. Stan

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    I would say the first one's problem is that it has a sizable tree on top of it. The others seem fine. A crowded King or is that an Alex palm being so upright?
    And I get the palm protection program invoked. Sometimes going electric seems like a good idea,when its people and critters that you need protection from.
     
  7. MattyB

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    Hi Stan! That large upright palm is Kentiopsis oliviformis, and it came from DypsisDean, in a 3 gallon pot, about 9 years ago.
     
  8. Dypsisdean

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    Wow, nice growth rate Matty - it must have been all that special care I gave it prior to your ownership. Pompus
     
  9. Stan

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    Hiya Matty,long time no see. Hows the Euphorbia cotinifolia doing? Mine's demise is in the "people problem" category. Hey,just get up and keep going is all I can do. Darn,it had a nice trunk on it too...
    Kentiopsis? Very nice. Not something spotted around here.

    Hey Matty,what do you make of that Queen palm I posted with the weird but attractive fronds? Sport worth seeking seeds of? I hate to bother the owners if its just some nutrient thing.
     

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