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· Date: Sun August 3, 2008 · Views: 1052 · Filesize: 144.7kb · Dimensions: 450 x 600 ·
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ellifridz

Registered: November 2008
Posts: 13
Wed March 25, 2009 4:51am

Hey.
this was cool.Is it an easy plant to have?
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enigma99a


Registered: October 2007
Location: Rocklin, CA
Posts: 476
Wed March 25, 2009 8:02am

Yes it is, I'm in Zone 9b++ and it does fine in the winter. Even here unprotected gets 60% burn. Probably will be fried if it's any colder. It really hates the Sun though in the summer so keep them in the shade if you can Smile other than that, easy!! But I have 2 in the front of the home that are in the sun and they just lose their green a little when it gets to a 100F

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Weather Underground PWS KCAROCKL9 Average January Low: 40F, Average August High: 95F Typical Low Each Winter: 28-30F, Typical High Each Summer: 108-110F, Annual Precipitation: 22 inches
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enigma99a


Registered: October 2007
Location: Rocklin, CA
Posts: 476
Tue August 25, 2009 3:32am

Update: This summer the fronds have remained green even in full sun. I think the key is to give it time to adapt and plenty of water.

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Weather Underground PWS KCAROCKL9 Average January Low: 40F, Average August High: 95F Typical Low Each Winter: 28-30F, Typical High Each Summer: 108-110F, Annual Precipitation: 22 inches
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