Re: Windmill palms
Posted by Kevin midTN on January 13, 2018, 10:17 am, in reply to "Windmill palms"
Not much to add here other than to say I agree with my TN posters, especially. My rule of thumb is to protect windmills for there first couple of winters. Having done that won't guarantee survival if it gets extremely cold. Windmills in my opinion, are only about 80-90% Hardy in Tennessee'one' mildest zones, including Nashville.
Here is a website I created years back but still has some good information on it. Check it out:
If the link doesn't work, which doesn't look correct to me, just search Tennessee tropics or Tennessee palm trees and look for the webpage under 'freewebs'. It's about 4th or 5th down on Bing.
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