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My garden design. The tallest plant in the middle is supposed to be Rhapis humilis. I don't think I can grow it here, but I would love too! Do you think I could cut the stems down and mulch it and cover it with burlap or is it to slow growing? Or does any one know a plant similar that is hardy in zones 6/7? Like bamboo or something? Thanks!
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Registered: May 2009
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Thu December 10, 2009 10:33pm Rating: 10.00 

Sweet Smile !! I say try the Raphis humilis! You could always set up a temporary cold frame around it for the winter. It's def worth a shot!

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