Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana

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Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana

Post by pindo » Sat Oct 13, 2012 1:26 am

Hello to all

I share some pictures of Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana. This palm is in a friend's house, is a natural hybrid and occurs in those habitats where both species overlap.
This palm grow in a sector of the farm where occur some fires and you can see the tracks. For this reason my friend removed it and planted it in the current site. In my opinion, too in the shade
You can see various details of their anatomy
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Re: Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana

Post by leunerj » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:00 am

Hola José,

That is such a beautiful palm. I'm sure many of us in the UK are hoping to get some Butiagrus to that size :D

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Re: Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana

Post by Troppoz » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:03 am

Now that is a far more attractive palm than the other Syagrus hybrid, has very much a coconut palm look about it. icon_thumleft
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Re: Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana

Post by tropicalwon » Sun Oct 14, 2012 4:10 pm

What a beautiful palm José, it looks absolutely perfect.This would make a lovely specimen tree in my front garden.....I can only dream :lol:
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Re: Butia yatay x Syagrus romanzoffiana

Post by cai williams » Sun Jan 06, 2013 3:20 pm

The butia genus is perhaps the most beautiful of all pinnate palms, yet is very variable. I wonder if the addition of the syagrus gene stems this variability. I also wonder if it would last in the british climate as it looks a fine specimen.
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