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Re: Spring Status Report, Part Two - (photos)
Posted by Jim Wilmington DE 7a on 4/17/2017, 9:46 pm, in reply to "Re: Spring Status Report, Part Two - (photos)"
In the northern Delaware public landscape, there are Recurvifolias planted here and there. There was a big thicket of them at a local credit union. The two back-to-back vortex winters knocked out a third of the thicket! I just have the one, but it made it through both of those winters okay. Mine is perhaps a little more out of the wind than those at the credit union.
If you can find one, go for it! They're very palmy looking.
Jim, Wilmington, DE, 7a
Last 30 Years Avg. Winter Low: 7.50F
Last 20 Years Avg. Winter Low: 8.35F
Last 10 Years Avg. Winter Low: 8.40F
Favorite Palms: Species: Phoenix Canariensis / Genus: Sabal
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