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Sussanah

I bought a house in September 2020. A clean pallet for another 15 years as I’ve recently left my tropical garden in Brisbane and moved to Ipswich.

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Sussanah

#ponytailpalm #elephantfoot it was in a pot for over 20 years. In the soil now doing great guns.

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godfreye

Wow🤗

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Sussanah

#ponytailpalm #elephantsfootpalm 20 years in that pot

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belindah

It still looks happy👍

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lovestogarden

Wow, she is a beauty!

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ausgardentags

#20years

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Sussanah

#elephantsfootpalm #ponytailpalm

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Sussanah

⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️ base or elephants foot at least 2m. How much @brightcolours @KathyB

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brightcolours

See comment on other pic.

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Sussanah

I’m looking to sell this but they have to dig out and take away. It’s 2 story’s high and bulb 2m. How much you reckon? @brightcolours @KathyB

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KathyB

OMG that's going to be some digging!!!!! I have no idea how much to charge! It'd be an amazing statement piece in the right setting!

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Sussanah

@KathyB that’s why they can use a dingo or crow bars. Im not digging it out. Lucky they’re shallow rooters.

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brightcolours

There’s a site for selling trees shrubs etc. Can’t think of the name but google should find it. Is it easy access for a digger?

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Sussanah

@brightcolours thanks Katie. I’ll google. Yes a dingo could do it. Cheers happy cool Saturday

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Sussanah

@brightcolours ever driven a dingo? They are so much fun.

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brightcolours

No haven’t had the pleasure!

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Sussanah

#ponytail #palm #potbound

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Sussanah

@daisy-jane another I forgot to mention. This was in a 125mm pot to this terracotta pot about 10- 12 years ago

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daisy-jane

How can you forget this beauty😍,it's lovely Sussanah,it's grown so much,will you be repotting it 🙄

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Sussanah

@daisy-jane probably not. It’s the centre piece for a border bed which is clay and in full sun. The 2 either side never stop flowering. Totally drought tolerant. Summer snap dragon. Smells like bubblegum.

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daisy-jane

It looks happy enough where it is Hun and that snapdragon is a lovely colour,what a fab scent 😍😁👍

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Sussanah

#ponytailpalm #newgrowth

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roswel

Wow, is that a giant one?

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Sussanah

@roswel sure is. Pic taken from second floor balcony. I've had it since a baby but planting 12 years agothis is iit

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Sussanah

#ponytailpalm

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gjones

Gorgeous!

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Sussanah

@daisy-jane I’m showing off here. I saw your little potted one called elephant bum or what you wrote. This is 2 stories high

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daisy-jane

Now that's definitely showing off Sussanah 😄 I don't think mine will get anywhere near that size yours is a stunning example Hun 😍😍

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Sussanah

@daisy-jane Thank you my dear. I’m a bit of a boaster when it comes to some tropical plants. They grow too well sometimes. I took a cutting of devils ivy from mum and dads today. The one I had on gum trees had leaves 2’wide. The council poisoned it along with so much else. They only seemed to kill natives. They’ll be hearing from me soon. I’ll tag you

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daisy-jane

Boast away Hun I know I would 😄 hope your cutting from your parents garden does well, that's such a shame about your ivy I'd be giving them what for too 😣😘

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