Some people might be surprised to know that this species can be very variable, much like Trachycarpus fortunei. I think they are just a perfect match for z8ish. I ordered a 1g from https://texascoldhardypalms.com/
the other day and I'd like to plant it out in the new season but I might keep it potted. The palm is on backorder but I'm hoping I will get it by mid spring. They are slow growers and that suits me well.
Nice to see Dorothys Surprise Camellia still looking great. That is an amazing camellia and I really like the coil of the blossoms and the foliage is healthy and happy. I see lots of blooms that will appear on into winter. For that reason, I hope your winter days are mild and sunny.
Gracias, amigo mío, Dios los bendiga a usted y a Dorothea.
BTW , just saw this and although its thrice the money, its a much bigger palm but I have never dealt with these people or know anything about them. I do have full confidence with my friend at North Texas.
5g Butia at Green Acres
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