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UC Berkeley palms and cycads

Posted by stanofh (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 25, 11 at 21:19

I figure this is the best place to show'em! Tree Ferns are a bonus-wink.
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RE: UC Berkeley palms and cycads

Good stuff-

Love the E.Horridus(-:



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RE: UC Berkeley palms and cycads

I love that Jubaea! Mine is terribly SLOW. I planted a tiny seedling in December 07. It's been 4 years and it's just now showing ribbed strap leaves. I'm hoping once it begins to grow split leaves that it will speed up a little more. Do you know of a place where E. Horridus is selling for a reasonable price? I've only seen them sold for forbidding prices.


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RE: UC Berkeley palms and cycads

You might try extra fertilizer, central. Its been my experience that young tropicals in California need a boost or they tend to sit and sit...and sit. A regular dose of fertilizer breaks the ice many times.


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