Dypsis crinta colorful new leaf opening 7/06/2016
Dypsis crinita emergent leaf with color 7/06/2016
Ceratozamia latifolia colorful new leaves and cone emerging 7/06/2016
Ceratozamia colorful emergent leaves and cone 7/06/2016
Encephalartos longifolius coning for first time 7/06/2016
Encephalartos longifolius cones 7/06/2016
Encephalartos trispinosis, first flush in the ground after years in pots. 7/06/2016
Encephalartos longifolius x horridus flushing after getting into the ground, also pushing out a new pup on opposite side. 7/06/2016
Cycas thouarsii x cupida putting out it's second flush of 2016, on 7/06/2016
Lepidiozamia peroffskyana female cone, second time coning since planting 7/12/2016
Lepidiozamia peroffskyana with cone
Burretiokentia hapala 7/06/2016
Palms and cycads in back yard
Left to right, Kentiopsis oliviformis, Encephartos turneri in back, E horridus x woodii in front, Dypsis prestoniana with more Encephalartos and Dypsis behind
Kentiopsis oliviformis palm up against a 6' high wall for perspective.
Encephalartos horridus with garden behind
Encephalartos longifolius 7/06/2016
E longifolius first flush since transplanting from Carlsbad garden. A black aphid infested it during this flush and some damage incurred on leaves.
Some of trhe damaged new flush along with a couple of very healthy new leaves. THe yellow with brown are from a previous flush.
smaller inner leaves and bright green leaves are the new flush while the yellow with brown leaves are from a previous flush. Black aphid damage due to a heavy infestation during this latest flush.