Here are some pics of my volunteers. They're under 3 older parents, on a south-facing wall of an unheated garage. Starting about 5 years ago, I've seen more each year. They were under leaf mulch, but for the past 3 years they've been exposed.
Plotting some beds out for development and was wondering about trunk size of Sabal minor & Brahea moorei.
i know they aren’t “trunking” but I understand Sabal minor at least does grow a subterranean trunk, how much space would one need to account for things like patio / sprinkler pipes / retaining walls, etc?
my searching leads my to pictures of trunking specimen..
one area is going to be full sun, that’s why I’m looking into Brahea moorei, as I prefer the look of more shaded S. Minor
By Tennessee Palms
A couple days ago I noticed the leaf on my Sabal Minor seedling has been taking off. To me it seemed like it grew about half an inch or so however when I looked back at a Facebook post from November I realized how much it has grown and I'm surprised to see that it slowly pushed out way more than I thought. The picture of it sitting in water is the November picture and the other one is from a few days ago.
Its been awhile since I've posted a topic but here are some palm pics from my yard in Gainesville:
Parajubaea cocoides x butia
Jubaea x Butia