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Cold Hardy Palms in Washington, D.C.

Posted by HardyPalmFreak 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 24, 11 at 13:03

This past weekend I took a road trip to Washington, D.C. to see the sights and museums. I then stumbled upon a planter behind the Air and Space Museum on the mall. In it is a large Trachycarpus Fortunei, two Needle Palms, and five Sabal Minors!

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AND MUSA BASJOOS (DORMANT STUMPS)
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YUCCA RECURVIFOLIA
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RE: Cold Hardy Palms in Washington, D.C.

Those palms look great. DC really dodged the cold this winter. Areas to DC's North and South got MUCH colder then the DC did. I bet the sabal palmettos they planted nearby in DC are also alive!
-Alex


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