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Re: Hardy blue and silver palms.
I dont know Will. But many Sabals have been planted here...more than anyplace else in the bay area. I know the planter and he once sent me a list and he grew those various Sabals from seed. To see them trunking already..and those Queens palms are not rare- but last I saw them they had no or little trunk..fast growers.
The Livistona wins "palm with the most fronds at a time"..wow. Full canopy,nice pattern on the trunk.