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The palm alphabet

mercredi 18 octobre 2017 - Rédaction SNP

The palm alphabet
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La Palmeraie is also active on Twitter. You can find a direct link in the navigation menu on the right side of the website. This way you keep informed, see nice pictures or “nice to know” information. Like this alphabet.

The idea was to tweet a new letter with a specific palm-nice-to-know fact every new day…. at least to try so. Not always that easy but here you will find them all.

Areca, or golden cane palm, one of the most popular isn’t an Areca but a Dypsis ! #palmalphabet

Bismarckia nobilis ‘Silver’ ; the stunning grey leaves turn red when he is kept at temperatures too low. #palmalphabet

Chamaedorea microspadix is a pinnate palm that is worth a try in the garden. With some winter protection of course. #palmalphabet

Date palm or Phoenix dactylifera ; nice and easy to try for yourself. Just eat a date and sow the seed afterwards.#palmalphabet

Elaeis guineensis or African oil palm. The principal source of palm oil. #palmalphabet

Everglades palm, or Accoelorraphe wrightii. A really nice species with seed that conserves really well. Growth rate is rather slow though. #palmalphabet

Freeze or not to freeze ! Take a look at all our winter protection articles to be well prepared for the winter. #palmalphabet

Guihaia argyrata used to be seen as a Trachycarpus-species. With DNA research wo now know it isn’t ! #palmalphabet

Howea forsteriana or Kentia ; one of the most famous. Did you knew that every single stem becomes a full adult palm tree ? #palmalphabett

If you see some transparent and sticky liquid on the leaves you might have scale insects on the palm ! #palmalphabet

January and february are most ideal for sowing some new palm species. The seed trays can benefit from the heat of your heating system indoors. #palmalphabet

@kewgardening THE Royal Botanic garden of the UK. Beside a impressive palm collection the also have the biggest seed database. #palmalphabet

Licuala elegans is very unique with its entire leaves. Difficult one to cultivate indoors however. #palmalphabet

La Palmeraie is #atyourservice since 2009 already. Wow ! :) #palmalphabet

Magnesium. Important for the well-being of your palm. Without the leaves may turn yellow. #palmalphabet

Nannorrhops ritchiana, relatively unknown but nice and very hardy palm. Easy to germinate but difficult to keep afterwards. #palmalphabet

One palm is all you need to get the virus… Your collection will only be increasing afterwards. #palmalphabet

Palmtalk is the place to be if you like to discuss palm tree 24/7. Are you a member yet ? #palmalphabet

Quebec is one of the most remote places that we have already received questions form. There’s also, Qatar, Hong Kong, Finland,… :) #palmalphabet

Red Palm Weevil is the little insect that destroys complete palm populations in Southern Europe. A big issue with too little attention ! #palmalphabet

Rhapidophyllum hystrix is extremely hardy. But very slow to grow as well. #palmalphabet

Syargus romanzoffiana is called ‘Cocos plumosa’ in Spain. Quite confusing. #palmalphabet

Trachycarpus fortunei, THE most popular species here in Northern Europe and with reason. But still often sold as a Chamaerops excelsa. #palmalphabet

USDA zones helps you to determine if your palm can cope with your local climate #palmalphabet

Veitcha merrellii is called Adonidia merrellii now. This Christmas palm looks a bit like a small Archontophoenix #palmalphabet

Wodyetia bifurcata or Foxtail palm does honor to its name. The leaves do in fact look a lot like…. well you guess… #palmalphabet

X in the name of a palm species stand for a crossing or hybrid. As women come first,… the female species is mentioned before the “x”. #palmalphabet

Youtube channel where you equally can find us : . #palmalphabet

Zombia antillarum is a species that not only really exists but does have a scary spiny trunk that would repel any zombies. #palmalphabet

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