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Re: My goodness, sabals are tough.
Thanks PJ. I wish I hadn't let them dry out, but I'm very impressed with their resilience. They stayed on a covered, south-facing porch all winter and even got moved in the garage when the weather was going to be below about 15F. So there was no reason for them to get damaged at all.
I leave for work around sunrise and get home just after sunset in the winter though. So I try not to water if it is below freezing (or going to be soon). That sometimes means I'm not home during any good times to water in the cold months. My seven year old has started helping to water for me as long as there a quarter in it for her. 😀
I've spent most of my outdoor work time though just growing grass cutting undergrowth in the forest, planting fruit trees and bushes, and making our garden:
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