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1cros3nails4gvn
Bluffton, SC
(Zone 9a)

February 23, 2008
6:47 AM

Post #4576343

this was a very good article. it was very interesting and informative, and for those like you and me who can grow palms outside, very useful! thanks!
ps i saw my pic of the phoenix! i'm so proud to see it in an article by DG's palm guru!
doccat5
Fredericksburg, VA
(Zone 7b)

February 23, 2008
9:33 AM

Post #4576428

This is amazing information. Even though I have little worry about palms in VA, it was a fascinating subject and you covered it very well. Thanks for sharing the information.
Dutchlady1
Naples, FL
(Zone 10a)

February 23, 2008
10:30 AM

Post #4576448

As always you are a fount of knowledge and a lot of this was very useful information for my area. Thanks!
ceeadsalaskazone3
Seward, AK

February 23, 2008
12:43 PM

Post #4576562

I agree, a lot of info in a concise well put article. In Alaska we only see them in pictures, film and on vacation. Could you tell me why some trees (palms included) are painted white part way up from the ground?. I s it for looks, insect control, traffic visibility or some other reason? Inquiring minds want to know. Great amount of valuable information in a well written manner. More, please...
Carol Eads

Resin

Resin
Northumberland
United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

February 23, 2008
9:34 PM

Post #4578612

Quoting:Could you tell me why some trees (palms included) are painted white part way up from the ground?

When I've seen it, it's been for traffic visibility.

Resin

ceeadsalaskazone3
Seward, AK

February 24, 2008
2:05 AM

Post #4579691

Thanks, Resin, always wanted to know. It makes sense and at times a beautiful vanishing point view, like driving by a flowing white fence line.
Carol
ceejaytown
The Woodlands, TX
(Zone 9a)

February 24, 2008
5:18 AM

Post #4580462

Even though I have only one palm (and I don't know what it is!), I found this article to be very interesting!! I learned a lot. Thank you.
1cros3nails4gvn
Bluffton, SC
(Zone 9a)

February 24, 2008
5:26 AM

Post #4580507

take a picture of it, and ost it on the palms and cycads forum, and they'd id it for you

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