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Trithrinax schizophylla var.bifabellata

Postby Kev Spence » Fri Mar 10, 2017 11:50 am

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Location: Loughborough, UK
Climate Zone: USDA zone 8b
Against better judgement a couple of years ago I bought another Trithrinax but not campestris this time but purported to be Trithrinax schizophylla var.bifabellata.
It seems to have survived quite well with a roof over it during our colder months.
I think using one of the few slopes in my garden has helped with the drainage as it seems bone dry at the roots today when I snapped these photos.

I guess being on this slope you get a better view of the needles on the trunk it was purchased from Andy Pearson





Does anyone grow or have any luck with this palm spp over the pond?

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