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My largest and healthiest Dwarf Palmetto
Posted by Ken-Charlotte
on 5/11/2020, 12:40 pm
Iíve got 7 Sabal Minors - all offspring from a parent originally obtained via mail-order from Woodlanders in 1994. The offspring have all been in the ground for 15 years. This one seems to get ideal light (all day sun) and moisture (my backyard sort of channels rain run-off right through its root zone). I just love the form of this plant:
There is a large Needle Palm immediately behind this guy.