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Posted by Rob Cookeville Tn on 6/20/2017, 11:00 am, in reply to "Hold on"
Sabal Mexicana have repeatedly endured temps near ten degrees without damage or near so in North Texas.
well I did state most all Palmettos are said to be hardy around z8, the exception is x Birmingham
Here, I know of one that is growing in a warm 6b unprotected, and even survived -11f but still remains small after ten or so years.
That is amazing but you must remember, he has about 40" more rain per year than you do and the climate is different in the Arkansas foothills. I dont want to give someone the wrong impression for plant survival.
cool temperate desert scrub biome vs continental, subtype subcontinental. Very different for plant survival.
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