FLORIBUNDA PALMS SLIDESHOW PAGE
FLORIBUNDA EXPEDITION TO PENINSULAR MALAYSIA AND SARAWAK
This series of slideshows highlights a recent expedition Jeff and Suchin Marcus took to the areas of Eastern Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak in pursuit of the exciting and exotic palms of this biologically rich and diversified part of the world. Take the time to watch them and you will learn and enjoy.
Walk through Sarawak on the island of Borneo with Jeff and Suchin Marcus viewing palms in habitat that are only very rarely seen in a few gardens around the world, if at all.
Join Jeff and Suchin as they share some of the most exotic palms you have ever seen, and may have never even heard of. A don’t miss expedition.
More photos from Sarawak as Jeff Marcus “talks story” and shares his experiences in this exotic part of the world.
Second half of Jeff and Suchin’s expedition to explore the exotic palms of the Malaysian Peninsula. Accompanied by the always enjoyable and informative commentary of Jeff Marcus.
2012 FLORIBUNDA SLIDESHOW TOUR
This series of slideshows concentrated on the huge and popular Dypsis genus of Madagascar and the exotic palms of New Caledonia. Both of these groups of palms have shown much potential for growing outside of the tropics, and are among some of the beautiful and fascinating palms now available for your garden.
2009 ORIGINAL 3 1/2 HOUR FLORIBUNDA SLIDESHOW TOUR
It’s been many years since this first attempt at showing and listening to Jeff talk about his fabulous collection of rare palms. The palms are much bigger today, and more new discoveries have been planted. And the technology, both with the photography and the viewing software, have improved. But this is still an enjoyable and worthwhile watch, as it gives you a great comparison for growth rates when viewing the newer presentations.
MADAGASCAR PALM EXPEDITION
Join Jeff and Suchin and other notable explorers in search of rare palms in the exotic destination of Madagascar. This presentation was originally presented at a Hawaii Island Palm Society meeting.
Second half of this presentation to the Hawaii Island Palm Society. The flora, fauna, and the island of Madagascar are worth experiencing. And Jeff’s commentary makes it that much more enjoyable.