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My Palm Trees in Snow: Butia Capitata
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Poster: JuniPerez  (see this users gallery)

These are some of my cold-hardy palm trees. They're potted, so I keep them outside, unprotected (except for a spraying of FreezePruf every month), until Mid-December. They are brought in to my back porch, where temperatures usually go no lower than the low to mid teens (F). They are brought out again in late March-early April.
Two unpictured which are outside in-ground are a Needle Palm (no protection) and a Waggie (T. wagnerianus) which only gets a spraying of FreezePruf and nothing else (planted August 2008).
· Date: Tue December 14, 2010 · Views: 2997 · Filesize: 63.1kb, 291.2kb · Dimensions: 973 x 1298 ·
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Keywords: Cold Hardy Palm Trees Trachycarpus fortunei wagnerianus Butia capitata windmill chusan pindo
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