Photo thread - Part II

Bazza

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How far north will it grow? Thanks
Not cold hardy enough for your location - sorry.

There are 22 species of Copernicia native to Cuba, and all are attractive, formal-looking palms with stiff, fan-shaped leaves. The genus was named in honor of the Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.


If you ever decide to move south.....you'd open up a whole new opportunity for tropicals!
 
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Toddrn

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Not cold hardy enough for your location - sorry.

There are 22 species of Copernicia native to Cuba, and all are attractive, formal-looking palms with stiff, fan-shaped leaves. The genus was named in honor of the Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.


If you ever decide to move south.....you'd open up a whole new opportunity for tropicals!
How about the panhandle?
 

Bazza

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Very nice and I like the Blue Heeler sign!!! Will those grow in the panhandle? Thanks

Too cold up there - sorry, Todd.

We had a 3 year span of hard freeze winters ('09,'10' and '11 IIRC) and every one in this area croaked!

Took a while before people got there courage up to re-plant. I planted these back in 2018, I think. I'll check and get back to you. I have pics somewhere....
 
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