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Re: At what size can a Chamaerops start to flower/produce seed?
Posted by Ben OK on 6/9/2017, 1:07 pm, in reply to "Re: At what size can a Chamaerops start to flower/produce seed?"
This one should be about 5 gallon size by now, but it took a hit two winters back. The main trunk died and so I thought I would take the opportunity to separate some of the trunks to grow individually. Big mistake. All of the others died except this one (it had the largest part of the main root-ball). This one did basically nothing until this spring also. It took a long time to recover from my butchering.
Lesson learned though.
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