Re: Vortex vs desert yuccas
Posted by David VA on January 8, 2018, 11:30 am, in reply to "Vortex vs desert yuccas"
We may have to wait months to see the full effect of this Arctic event since the damage isn't always revealed immediately. I took a quick walk around the yard yesterday to look at the Sabal minor after Fred posted his photos. The fronds look similar to his Med Fan Palm. I may have some damage on it then. My two small Needles look better. We'll probably see some ugly leaves on the camellias come March. My ligustrums may not look real good by then also. As long as the buds are undamaged, they will recover by mid May. All this assumes we won't have any further super nasty cold. I guess we'll see.
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