Appreciation: Palms in the greenhouse

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  1. bihai

    bihai Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    I will try to get one...its very big, and its hard to get in the frame because it is in the midst of a lot of other plants
     
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    bihai Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    @Nik this is my chammy micro. Its very hard to photograph just the palm because this area is intensely planted. Its really huge. The top, and the bottom
     

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    Acerholic Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    @bihai good morning, loving all your greenhouse plants and especially at the moment here in England when all is wet and very windy, so all the colours of Autumn have dissapeared very fast.
     
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    bihai Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    Things outdoors and starting to do dormant here as well...the Curcuma and Shomburghkia gingers and brining, the deciduous trees are losing their leaves. It will be cooler here all to soon
     
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    Thank you for posting these, @bihai . It looks great! Male or female? I believe mine is female, but I am not 100% sure, because I have never seen side by side comparison between male and female inflorescences.
     
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    bihai Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    I don;t actually know. It does produce red fruit
     
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    So you definitely have a female plant. If there are no other micros in the area, then it is cross pollinated by other species. I never got any fruit, because I have no other palms.
     

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