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Re: Flowering Of Trachycarpus
Thanks, everybody, for the responses. I wish I could plant them in the ground, but I don't trust my zone 6b (-9, -3, and -3, all other lows above zero over 23 years here). And unlike other areas of this zone back East, here in eastern Washington, we can stay below freezing for 10 days at a time. I know there are people who have planted them in the ground in similar zones and have gone to great effort to protect them through winter, but should I be up to that I probably couldn't dig a hole deep enough! I am going to repot them up to 36" diameter pots this spring. They've been in these 22" pots for, i dunno, maybe 8 years. I can move them with a hand truck fairly easily now, and 2 men can lift them, but after repotting I'll need an appliance dolly!
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