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Bats were removed with insect nets from Washington fan palms.
Mision Santa Maria contains desert fan palms (Washingtonia; Grismer and McGuire, 1993), in addition to blue fan palms.
It had wrapped itself around a Mexican fan palm (Washingtonia robusta), those tallest and skinniest of palms that disappear into the stratosphere at dizzying heights.
While these multicane fan palms are often planted in pots for ornamental uses, they grow well outdoors, in clusters that make convenient privacy walls.
Developed in partnership between Lennar Communities and The Empire Companies, the par 72 course was designed to reflect wide fairways that accent its dramatic 7,173 yard layout and are framed by clusters of towering Mexican fan palms, pepper trees and small native trees.
The council also agreed that fan palms should not be used because the trees produce large amounts of fronds that fall onto city streets.
Inspired by the classic golf resorts of the early 1900s, the par 72 course at Escena Palm Springs includes wide fairways accented by clusters of towering Mexican fan palms, pepper trees and small native trees.
streets for the 1932 Olympics, Mexican fan palms are the city's most visible symbols of the sun-and-surf good life.
Mexican fan palms, the tall skinny models were fairly inexpensive and were often used to mark long avenues, such as Sherman Way and Van Nuys Boulevard.
LAX officials expected the 92 Mexican fan palms would spruce up a grungy stretch of land just outside the airfield's chain-link fence.
After passing a large home said to be owned by Barbra Streisand--Doctor Doug used to be a real estate broker and maintains an interest in celebrity housing--we come to Thousand Palms Oasis, a preserve that holds California's largest grove of native fan palms.
We stopped at 17 Palms Oasis, a true oasis studded with shaggy California fan palms that live on a fault line where water percolates in a muddy hole.
The park encompasses 800,000 acres of prime high-desert terrain, from craggy 5,000-foot mountains to secluded canyons lined by native California fan palms that are hundreds of years old.
2 -- color) Tree trimmer Raul Garfias of AC Horticultural Management climbs one of Mitch and Pam Kreitenberg's California Washingtonia palms, also known as California fan palms.