More mid-Atlantic hardy palms & subtropicals

JohnnieB(Washington, DC 7a/b)October 12, 2007

I was in Rehoboth Beach (Delaware) over the Columbus Day weekend and was very pleased to see hardy palms, bananas, Eucalyptus, and other unusual plants growing happily at two different locations. These are just some of the highlights; for the rest of the photos see my online album (link below).

Here is a link that might be useful: Rehoboth Beach photos

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DawnStorm(7/MD)

There's a house not far from mine that is Tropic Central: banana plants, brugs, cannas you name it! Very nice, as are your photos.

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