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Re: Furthest north without yearly protection, seen in the landscaping other than by hardy palm people?
Posted by Ben OK on 11/19/2017, 6:45 pm, in reply to "Furthest north without yearly protection, seen in the landscaping other than by hardy palm people?"
Thanks for the info Tommy. I don't travel too far very often, so I don't have tons to add. I can say though that I have seen mature butias planted in home and commercial landscapes in the northern DFW suburbs. (Plano, McKinney, Grapevine, Saginaw)
It seems like I remember North Texans telling us here at some point that butias were somewhat tricky in their area. (Perhaps a soil issue?) I seem to distinctly remember being told that in San Antonio butias were tougher to grow than CIDP.
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