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Twenty Foot Plus Syagrus botryophora south Orange County CA

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The Syagrus botryophora in my front yard has gotten too tall. I tried to trim the fronds, but the winds blowing right now have it tilting to one side. The roots are still intact, but I'm afraid its going to blow completely over.

Its over twenty feet tall, so you need a seriously long truck bed to take it home.

$200.00 OBO

(949) 648 3123

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got any pics?

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Palm is on far right. Photo is not new. Palm is taller now.

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What type of tree is on the left?

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Delonix regia "Yellow flowering"

(Now deceased) :(

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Wow! That Syagrus is beautiful! I love the branching habit!

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What happened to the Delonix?

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