Re: Sabal minor finally pic. posted!
Posted by Alvin in Motown, z6 on January 6, 2018, 2:10 pm, in reply to "Sabal minor finally pic. posted!"
Awesome minor, Fred.
Is that a permanent mulch at the base? I see how some have naturally acidic soil, with all the oak leaves around all of the time. Since oak leaves decompose slower than other leaf types, they contribute more to soil acidity. Various soil bacteria and fungi give off various acids, in their waste, as they break down organic matter.
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