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Sabal Minor, Cape Charles, VA (seed source)
Posted by Jane Vero Beach FL on 8/9/2017, 7:56 am
Edited by Jane Vero Beach FL on 8/9/2017, 7:57 am
This is Sabal Minor from seeds I collected in 2006 @ Cape Charles, VA
I kept 2 palms in containers until they reached 2-3 gal size and then I planted them together into the ground.
This allows Sabal Minor to appear larger.
In 2006 I gave some seeds to my husband's co-worker who lives near Philly.
This year he came to visit us in FL and reported that his palms are doing great in his backyard but they are not as big as this one in the picture.
I would say Sabal Minor from Cape Charles, VA is very, very hardy !
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