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On 3/2/2020 at 10:01 PM, James760 said:

Wow that Uresana looks amazing!

Well said !!! 

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SailorBold
On 3/2/2020 at 9:00 AM, Fusca said:

I was thinking S. uresana or mexicana for your area also - uresana handle hot and dry conditions well and can probably handle your dry cold.

I really like the idea of the uresana.. but may end up settling with the mexicana.. just due to the leaf hardiness..   I keep reading conflicting things about when each of them start showing damage.. 

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SailorBold
On 3/2/2020 at 11:56 AM, James760 said:

I feel your pain. Very frustrating indeed.. just f.y.i,  Plant Delights has some Sabal Tamaulipas. I ordered 2 in February. 

lol.. Make sure it doesnt look like a chaemerops...  Did you plant them yet?

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JLM
On 10/22/2015 at 8:02 AM, CumberlandPlants said:

I have had one in the ground here in the Nashville TN area for over a year now. Planted it in a really well drained spot in Full Sun. Protected it throughout last winter with a sheet and a weighted down box with no heat, it lost all of its fronds, but recovered  3 full fronds and has an almost fully formed 4th frond.  I was very surprised at how quickly it recovered since I did not give it any extra special attention through the growing season.  Planning on leaving it unprotected more this winter than last. Figure if it can handle teens pretty easy now. Last winter it took, -3F, some single digits, and a lot of teens with protection- it should do pretty well without protection unless we go into the single digits this winter, or if we have extended teens or colder without snow.

WOW! I am from Lafayette and lived in Gallatin for some time! If you were more in the southwest Hendersonville/Madison area you would have a better chance with more palms than just that i would say. Maybe some sabal palmetto and maybe get some butia going on. Nashville microclimate type deal just away from the action of the busy highways and interstates.

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Jubaea_James760
20 hours ago, SailorBold said:

lol.. Make sure it doesnt look like a chaemerops...  Did you plant them yet?

Lol! I definitely made sure. No I haven't planted them yet. My dog has been on savage mode! Torn up 1 of my recently planted Livistona Chinensis & part of a Decora.  Completely ripped out my Sygarus Glaucescens :rant: ( it was caged & had rocks around it too...)

Am hesitant to plant anymore in the backyard right now until I get some stakes to go with the wires cage I bought.

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climate change virginia

where can I get seeds for this palm

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JLeVert

Usually I have a few seeds, but not this year.

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PlantDad

Where do you get that type of sabal?

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NCFM
2 minutes ago, PlantDad said:

Where do you get that type of sabal?

Plant delights nursery sells them

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climate change virginia
On 10/21/2015 at 11:39 PM, SailorBold said:

Is anyone else on Palm Talk growing Sabal Tamaulipas?  I planted 4 this spring and I have found them to be very fast growers. They are the only Sabals I have currently..

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when do they get the real big fronds? and a trunk?

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PlantDad
On 10/27/2020 at 6:05 PM, NC_Palm_Enthusiast said:

Plant delights nursery sells them

Do they ship?

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PlantDad
9 minutes ago, PlantDad said:

Do they ship?

Nevermind. Yes they do. I Googled it. Thanks

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climate change virginia

Do these trunk?

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NCFM
38 minutes ago, climate change virginia said:

Do these trunk?

Yes, eventually they develop a crawling/creeping trunk. You can find photos online, really cool variety 

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climate change virginia
6 minutes ago, NC_Palm_Enthusiast said:

Yes, eventually they develop a crawling/creeping trunk. You can find photos online, really cool variety 

ok sure can you post it here please? :)

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CumberlandPlants

Here is the S. tamulipas I was referencing a few years back.  This is a photo of it from this year. It has done very. It was planted as a 1gal plant in 2013.

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teddytn
On 8/15/2021 at 10:53 PM, CumberlandPlants said:

Here is the S. tamulipas I was referencing a few years back.  This is a photo of it from this year. It has done very. It was planted as a 1gal plant in 2013.

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That’s awesome it’s made it to a bigger size in TN. Has it gotten any tougher or does it still get damaged bad over the winter?

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Le 05/11/2015 à 18:52, JLeVert a dit :

Ils mesurent environ 7 pieds et sont dans le sol depuis environ 15 ans. Les graines sont énormes, mais elles sont plus réticentes à porter beaucoup de graines, contrairement aux autres Sabals que je cultive. C'est probablement parce qu'ils préfèrent plus d'eau que je ne leur en donne.

 

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Une autre photo d'eux d'il y a plusieurs années :

 

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HEllo have you a seed? Its beautiful

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