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Houston, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 25, 2001
10:56 PM

Post #11671

Is it a pindo?

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Houston, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 25, 2001
11:49 PM

Post #116141 is not in my's in an esplanade near my home...I saw all the fruits dropping on the ground and had to pick up a few...Now I wonder what the name is so if the seeds germinate I'll know what I have!
Princeton, NJ
(Zone 6a)

September 30, 2001
11:54 PM

Post #137058

Yes, Butia capitata.
Thousand Oaks, CA

October 2, 2001
5:43 AM

Post #137818

Also known as the Jelly Palm (very tasty fruit, often made into jelly). Mine are ripening this month.. first crop... can hardly wait.
New Iberia, LA
(Zone 9a)

October 5, 2001
1:02 PM

Post #140320

It is beautiful. I used to live in Florida where i Live it has many of em like this so, I have some Sago Palms and plan on put in the ground soon.

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