I've been growing a few palms for a while, nothing too tender but I have a T. Waggie that has been flowering for years but never any seed, also a couple of T. fortunei that flower. Same problem, all female plants, any way this bloke has come on the scene, a seed grown plant from about 12 yrs ago, flowering first time and its a male, only one flowering spike this year though, so he has lots to do. So I've been wandering around today with a long pole with a paintbrush taped to the end, hoping to pollinate the female plants, dont trust the wind to do it The T. Waggie. The other two T. fortunei. First one with a pot grown Washingtonia in front. Second one on the allotment. As a sideline the Butia capitata came through the March freeze unscathed Chamy doing ok as usual after its hard cut back this spring, it was taking up too much room, to the left is another Washingtonia that was damaged but growing away now.