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ShellyK starts with ...
Can someone tell me what type of Palm this is? Was thinking date or maybe peach
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi ShellyK

Its a CYCAD (Cycas Revoluta) (sago cycad) that's about to produce seeds like pines and junipers. They don' flower but produce cones. They are not related to palm.

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Original Post was last edited: 16th November 2017 3:54pm
Pademelon1 says...
It's definitely a palm? Looks like a cycad to me - maybe Cycas revoluta.
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Mike Tr says...
Definitely cycad
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