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Van Dusen Garden Plant Sale

by Banana Joe » 3 days ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

Lots of Exotica

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Male or Female

by earthworm73 » 5 days ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

I'm not familiar with the flowers of trachys so wondering of this is male or female flowers? I had thought these were males flowers but now I'm not sure.
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Signs of Summer in Spring.

by Palmlover » 1 week ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

My garden is way ahead this year on a lot of things. Tropicannas in April, to bad I didm’t water them during the heat wave, but they still look good.

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Warm enough? 4/20 is a Toasty Day

by Banana Joe » 1 week ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

29 C. in the shade here

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Any Sabal growth so far?

by earthworm73 » 2 weeks ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

Since we have had some decent weather this spring wondering if anyone has gotten any growth out of their Sabals so far? My only in-ground Sabal is a S. Louisiana and the emerging spear is starting to spread open into a fan. This thing has impressed me with it's "speed" of growth for a Sabal this far north.

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