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Chamaerops variety

Posted by lzrddr 91335 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 14, 10 at 23:24

This is not one of the more fascinating palms, but there is some variety in its appearance, at least here in California.

This is my simple palm...
Chamaerops mine green

But here is a potted palm with very thick, stiff leaves that almost looks like a different species

Chamaerops tight in pot

Looks way different in the sun than the shade: here is sunny grown palm

Chamaerops waxy top

and here was one grown in fairly deep shade

chamaerops in shade

Some palms are really big

Chamaerops old

Here is another large one- over 25' tall

Chamaerops super tall

And this is another crazy monster

chamaerops enormous

Not always are they so well pruned, though
Chamaerops unpruned

Sometimes they are planted as though they are solitary palms

Chamaerops singles

And sometimes they are solitary palms

Chamaerops solitaries

Sometimes they come in different leaf shapes

Chamaerops weird leaf

and

Chamaerops weird 2

and different colors, too.. this one is called Chamaerops Green Mound

Chamaerops Green Mound

And this is Chamaerops variety argentea

Chamaerops argentea

and last but not least is this great Chamaerops Gold Stripe

Chamaerops Goldstripe

and a closer shot of it

Chamaerops variegated closer


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Wow, thats a lot of variation!!! I think they all look really nice (except the one growing in deep shade).

Thanks for sharing! Pretty interesting! I wonder what causes all the variation?


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Beautiful pics,thanks for sharing.


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  • Posted by butiaman 7b Douglasville,GA. (My Page) on
    Mon, Nov 15, 10 at 22:07

My biggest one looks like yours.I have 6 of the green Chamaerops palms.4 of them are the same shade of green,2 or darker green.My favorite is the blue ones,mine are ceriferas.I have 4 of them,mine are not as big as the one in your pic.Those big ones with the multi trunks has to be very old.That big and with multiple trunks brings big money,because they grow so slow.I like the Gold Stripe one.I've never seen one like that.Maybe they will start to sell them here on the east coast.Great pics.it shows great variations in these palms.


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Wow thats alot of variety ive never seen a golden one before.

My favorite one is the seventh one

whats the palm? with the white trunk (crown not vissble) in the fifth picture


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palm with white trunk is a 40' tall Ceroxylon ventricosum in Ventura California. Tallest one, by far, in southern California.


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"palm with white trunk is a 40' tall Ceroxylon ventricosum in Ventura California. Tallest one, by far, in southern California."

WOW!

I thought that was a light pole!(-:


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gorgeous palm the variegated ones are cool wish I had one off those!


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I looked up Ceroxylon ventricosum and it looks real cool can you get a picture of the whole tree.


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Fantastic!!!


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Here is a shot of Pauleen Sullivan's Ceroxylon ventricosum recently

Ceroxylon ventricosum P

and a close up, showing that it is actually flowering! (see left side middle between the fronds- a fresh flower)

Ceroxylon ventricosum flowering


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Great shots. Thanks. You could never deviate from that one type of plam and yet have a variety. The mult-trunked ones remind of those carnival rides- the Octopus or the Spider?


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That is a lovely palm-Thanks again for posting these.(-:


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