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Re: "true" Trachycarpus takil and T. princeps hardiness
Posted by Ryan Monroe LA on 4/7/2017, 4:28 pm, in reply to ""true" Trachycarpus takil and T. princeps hardiness"
The "true" T. princeps that we have over here = T geminisectus in my own yard observation, and puts on trunk at maybe 1/2 to 1/4 the rate of T fortunei. It is hardy but the climate here is not really a good test. I have observed princeps/geminisectus to be more nematode/heat resistant than wagnerianus and fortunei.
I do not have true T. takil