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Posted by Rob Cookeville Tn on 6/20/2017, 12:48 am, in reply to "Re: Hold on"
Edited by Rob Cookeville Tn on 6/20/2017, 12:55 am
I was just going by information from that Texas Dept of Conservation that states Sabal Mexicana is hardy enough for all of Texas except the extreme North Texas. This does not mean Dallas or vicinity. North Texas is a huge area. It likely means along the Oklahoma Border (?)
If someone somewhere else can grow it in z6 thats really amazing. Not the same climate conditions you have where you live and thats what its all about, your place, your climate. Thanks and good luck. The Houston area would be a great place to look for Texensis. Call first
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