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Re: For Stan - Found a California Palm Climate Table
Posted by Brandt-San Diego on 7/8/2017, 2:41 am, in reply to "Re: For Stan - Found a California Palm Climate Table"
That's good that the African tulip tree can grow up there--it's definitely nice--and VERY common globally in the tropical middle elevations (2000-6000' above sea level more or less). Interesting that F. benghalensis can grow up there, though I do remember your saying that F. altissima grows there as well.
Howea I would think would do well in the marine-influenced parts of the Bay Area, since it's from an island environment that's fairly temperate. Interesing--Euphorbia ammak, occasionally found here, but I'm guessing like some other Euphorbia that they have more trouble with wet soils in winter and might fall over than with the actual temperature?
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