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Re: Some kind of Trachycarpus. Name it.
Posted by Ryan Monroe LA on 10/26/2017, 4:46 pm, in reply to "Re: Some kind of Trachycarpus. Name it."
Edited by Ryan Monroe LA on 10/26/2017, 4:49 pm
I agree with T. matinianus. I can just about rule out T. oreophylus.
What is interesting is that specimen has kept its "shooting" juvenile shape even though it has clearly flowered. Typically T. fortunei changes to a more blunt-headed mature form after it starts to flower. I wonder if this one will ever do that and start getting a full, dense head of fronds?
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