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Re: Mekong Giants more in depth ( Plus new pictures of my biggest Bananas ) :
Edited by WSimpson NC on 9/5/2019, 3:09 pm
Thanks Patrick .
The tall palm is a Washingtonia filibusta .
Definitely add Mekong Giants to your yard .
Those Trachys are just fortunei not Waggys . The one on the far left and even further left of that one you can see easily is a Tracycarpus fortunei " Taylor Form " . Those are growing around Raleigh , and planted by a man named Taylor back in the 1960's I believe .
Ten year lows: 15F 19F 20F 5F 4F 15F 7F 8F 14F 19F(2020)
10 Year Average Winter Lowest Low 12.6F ; 30 Year 12.16F
Profession:Trachy Defiberer and Palm Spear Puller (free estimates)