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Jubaea x Butia x Syagrus

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In zone 7b/8a, and with some protection (cover plus light bulb at base for heat), all spears pulled in spring 2011. However, it regrew and by mid summer, it looks healthy.

Coldest temp. 15f. No days with high temp lower than 32f.

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Small, strap leafed plant lost its spear at ~19F in open canopy w/frost. Grew back within a couple of months and never really skipped a beat.

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Is this a (JxB)xS or is it Jx(mule)??

I am still new to all these hybrids of Jubaea and its family, but wanting to add this hybrid to my collection and learn the differences. 

I appreciate your inputs :greenthumb: 

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