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Tropical Zone Gardening: Cat Palm

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lraffield1
Grovetown, GA

May 23, 2007
2:57 PM

Post #3527083

I just Purchased a Cat Palm. Is this an indoor palm or can I place it in a shady rock garden?

palmbob

palmbob
Acton, CA
(Zone 8b)


May 23, 2007
8:01 PM

Post #3528146

depends what your cold temps are. It can be used as an indoor palm (tends to struggle unless you have a really humid indoor environment), but here in So Cal most grow them outdoors.. .however, cold temps below 28F pretty much burn the leaves, and below 25F usually kills the palm.

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