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Wallichia disticha

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No damage to this plant 6' tall over all to temps 27F for 5 hours +.  Note that Syagrus schizophylla, which touches this plant, about the same height, was badly damaged by freeze.

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One small plant (2 years old) in ground. 27F and no damage.

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Big 5 gal hit 26F twice , not covered, barely noticeable damage. 2 extra nights under 30F

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Two consecutive nights with freezing temps and one day with snow. In detail on 1/9/17 from 0:00 am until 9:00   am constantly below zero with below -1 C from 5:30 am to 8:15 am and absolute min. of - 1.8 C from 6:20 am to 6:45 am. Max temperature same day 5.8 C at 1:10 pm. On 1/10/17 constant subzero from 0:00 am to 3:30 am with an absolute min of -0.5 C around midnight. Asolute max. on same day 7.1 pm at 10:06 pm, but snow remained on leaves from dawn to late afternoon. During cold spell dew point was always remaining below actual temperature. South western exposure with no overhead protection. Apart from any mechanical danage by strong wind or snow, nothing else!

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On 26/01/2017, 22:02:48, Phoenikakias said:

Two consecutive nights with freezing temps and one day with snow. In detail on 1/9/17 from 0:00 am until 9:00   am constantly below zero with below -1 C from 5:30 am to 8:15 am and absolute min. of - 1.8 C from 6:20 am to 6:45 am. Max temperature same day 5.8 C at 1:10 pm. On 1/10/17 constant subzero from 0:00 am to 3:30 am with an absolute min of -0.5 C around midnight. Asolute max. on same day 7.1 pm at 10:06 pm, but snow remained on leaves from dawn to late afternoon. During cold spell dew point was always remaining below actual temperature. South western exposure with no overhead protection. Apart from any mechanical danage by strong wind or snow, nothing else!

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Now i am sure about where to plant my juvenille one ^_^

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