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Re: Sabal Palmettos in Hot Springs AR "Without protection experienced low around 9F this past winter"
Posted by Tommy Nashville-Miami on 4/6/2017, 8:16 pm, in reply to "Re: Sabal Palmettos in Hot Springs AR "Without protection experienced low around 9F this past winter""
I think the same think about trying them further north. I think they would actually have great survival rates in Memphis- comparable to Atlanta- esp. since Memphis is actually hotter, lower and would some dang long produce long growing seasons. Even I can get container-grown palmettos to survive without protection in Nashville.
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