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Too many palms in too small of a space

by palmbob 3 comments

comments (3)

DavidofDeLand Feb 04, 2013

Its all about time Geoff. You know that! When many of the heads of your many beautiful palms get high enough to walk under, you will have acheived the feeling of a rainforest. The ones that maintain shathes up the sides can then be filled with bromeliads and Christmas cactus type things. How fun is that! I know it works as I have done it and do-do it! Your gardens are beautiful and babies in the scheme of palm growth...

DavidofDeLand Feb 04, 2013

Hey Geoff! I wanted to tell you since you love Palms, to check out the 'Florida Gardening' forum and see that ancient old Sable Palm on my property. You will love it. I have discovered that you seem much more a sharer and rarely comment on others. You have shared a lot on DG and Thank you! I know you will look anyway,.... and it really is a great old Palm,... Bob!

palmbob Feb 14, 2013

I will check it out

133 photos Tarzana, CA, United States
Age of Garden:
7 to 10 years
USDA Zone:
9b
Garden Style:
Eclectic
Type of Garden:
Residential
Climate:
Mediterranean and Subtropical
Soil Type:
Clay
Budget:
$5,000 to $10,000


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