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june pics :)

Posted by ericthehurdler NOR CAL 9a (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 12, 11 at 20:10

its been a wet and cold spring in northern california but finally the sun is out and its summer. here are a few pics of my plants
panoramic view
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majesty, coconut, adonidia and areca seedlings
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2 year old coconut finally starting to grow
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Picked a seed off of a christmas palm in Mexico smuggled it back to the states and its growing great!
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tilandsia bloom
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can someone tell me what kind of palm this is?
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RE: june pics :)

Great pics! Im glad the sun is finally out in the west! The palm you didn't know the ID to is probably a Parlor palm.
I like the coconut palm too! Those usually dont grow so well in California (especially Northern Cali), but yours is doing fantastic.
Thanks for sharing!
-Alex


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Looks great Eric

That Coconut is a monster!


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Nice pics do you have any palms in the ground


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Do you have any planted in the ground?


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no plants in the ground :( i used to have a queen in the ground but a windstorm ripped it out. Im living at my moms house until i transfer to college and she isn't to fond of palms and tropicals so i'm stuck wit pots. Unfortunately i'm going to have to sell or give away most my plants when i go off to college, except the coco and a select few of my favorites that i will take with me. But when i get my own place i look forward to planting a plethora of palms in the ground. :D


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