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 Featured Palms - Winter 2008 
Beccariophoenix madagascariensis

This is 12 years old in ground.  We market this as "The Madagascar Coconut".  This palm is unique as it has windows in leaflet as a juvenile.  This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Beccariophoenix madagascariensis

This is 12 years old in ground. We market this as "The Madagascar Coconut". This palm is unique as it has windows in leaflet as a juvenile. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Beccariophoenix madagascariensis juvenile

This young 7 year old in ground. Beccarriophoenix madagascariensis shows why we have nicknamed this the Madagascar Coconut. This photo from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus In Hawaii.
Beccariophoenix madagascariensis juvenile

This young 7 year old in ground. Beccarriophoenix madagascariensis shows why we have nicknamed this the Madagascar Coconut. This photo from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus In Hawaii.
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Caryota ophiopellis

This is 6-year old from seed Caryota ophiopellis (snakeskin Caryota).  A rather slow growing but gorgeous palm with magnificent markings on petiole that resemble snakeskin.  This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Caryota ophiopellis

This is 6-year old from seed Caryota ophiopellis (snakeskin Caryota). A rather slow growing but gorgeous palm with magnificent markings on petiole that resemble snakeskin. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Caryota ophiopellis close up

This is a close up of the snakeskin petioles of Caryota ophiopellis from Vanu Atu. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Caryota ophiopellis close up

This is a close up of the snakeskin petioles of Caryota ophiopellis from Vanu Atu. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Cyphophoenix nucele

This palm is 6 years old from the Lifou Islands off of New Caledonia.  It has a beautiful white crownshaft and is fast growing.  This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Cyphophoenix nucele

This palm is 6 years old from the Lifou Islands off of New Caledonia. It has a beautiful white crownshaft and is fast growing. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Cyphosperma balansae

This New Caledonian palm is 12 years in the ground and is now setting seed. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Cyphosperma balansae

This New Caledonian palm is 12 years in the ground and is now setting seed. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Dypsis hovomantsina

This slow growing Dypsis hovomantsina has remarkable beauty and is worth the time it takes to grow.  This is still a youngster and just showing some adult characteristics. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Dypsis hovomantsina

This slow growing Dypsis hovomantsina has remarkable beauty and is worth the time it takes to grow. This is still a youngster and just showing some adult characteristics. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Dypsis mananjarensis

This is Dypsis mananjarensis or the "Mealybug Palm".  This palm is still a juvenile and is going through morphological changes monthly in colors and leaf structure.  This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Dypsis mananjarensis

This is Dypsis mananjarensis or the "Mealybug Palm". This palm is still a juvenile and is going through morphological changes monthly in colors and leaf structure. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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Dypsis sp Orange Crush

This juvenile Dypsis sp Orange Crush shows its namesake by the colored crownshaft. This specie is in the process of being taxonomically described.  This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
Dypsis sp Orange Crush

This juvenile Dypsis sp Orange Crush shows its namesake by the colored crownshaft. This specie is in the process of being taxonomically described. This photo is from the garden of Jeff and Suchin Marcus in Hawaii.
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