This Trachycarpus wagnerianus has always looked kind of good, yet kind of off.
Sabal Louisiana from Steve pushing out new fronds.
Needle palm from the big box store. I've seen this a few times where the central growing point dies completely after planting but the offsets eventually take over.
Just a neat sort-of native surprisingly thriving here in full sun, Torreya taxifolia.
This Chamaerops humilis came from some seeds from a Palmtalk member. He was Italian and marked them "Ch. x vulcano". I was a little unclear but gathered that one parent was vulcano and one wasn't. This was planted from a very small size a few years ago and has taken off. Only in the last few months it started leaning over and the fronds have closed up and don't look as green. Any ideas?
Pretty nice Chamaedorea radicalis and giant crinum.