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One fat King/Bangalow palm.

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By Stan510


One fat King/Bangalow palm. (Archontophoenix cunninghamiana)

Usually slender palms...this one is really stout. You can see its wide from bottom to top..not much taper.
It's also in seed.



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Wonderful palms Stan! So lush and green. Both trunks look good, slender or stout!
Like the planting to the right of the pic too!

7 Jun, 2019

 

Thanks Kate. All that was once mostly one gallon plants.

8 Jun, 2019

 

Stan,

With the stout trunk means it's really healthy! And getting lots of water. I saw so many Archontophoenix cunninghamiana on my trip to the SF Bay Area last week.

My Alexander Palm (Archontophoenix alexandrae) is getting a large trunk.

26 Jun, 2019

 

An alexander palm would do ok here. But,the very cool tolerant Bangalow is a slam dunk here. Still,It would be nice to spot another Archontophoenix species here. Purple trunked,A.maxima and others for a change.

26 Jun, 2019

 

I did see some Achontophoenix maxima and purpurea there in Berkeley and Richmond a long time ago.

Archontophoenix alexandrae 'Beatrice' used to be grown up there, also. However, this one is very tender!

27 Jun, 2019



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