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Corypha umbraculifera or Ceylan Palm


Ok Folks.. I shouldn't copy one list from another-- but this is too
awesome not to share, besides some of us are on both lists anyways....

And I quote:
Corypha umbraculifera or Ceylan Palm

The truck is about 3 feet in diameter,  from the ground to the top of
the panicles is about 80 feet high, green leaves are about 15 feet in
diameter and the flower panicles maybe longer.

The amount of insects flying around the panicles this morning was
amazing. a delight task for them, more than half millions flowers to
pollinate, fruit would rip in a year.

Fernando
End quote...

Here is link to the photos... check them out! 

http://snurl.com/1sdm


Donna

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