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Re: At what size can a Chamaerops start to flower/produce seed?
Posted by Brad - Pittsburgh on 6/9/2017, 2:17 am, in reply to "At what size can a Chamaerops start to flower/produce seed?"
They definitely flower young, but that is pretty impressive. It usually takes a few inches of trunk.
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