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    • Alex37
      By Alex37
      Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum, I'm looking for butiagrus seeds (Butia x syagrus r.), I live in Italy, is there anyone who has them?
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      By chocolatethunda
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    • Coasta
      By Coasta
      Hello all! 
      I have been taking care of my neighbors sago palm for the last two summers, watering it every day feeding it fertlizier every other month l, managanese, sulfur, a mix of palm tree food. This summer it looked promising and I thought it was going to flush.  Below is a picture from about 2 months ago and afterwards is a picture of today. I noticed it may have been buried a little deep so I took some of the dirt around it out. I go out and water every morning as the cycad doesn't get much water otherwise. Any help would be appreciated. 

    • Coasta
      By Coasta
      Hello all, just confirming that the yellowing of the left frond and the new one coming out is due to the arizona heat we have been having and there is nothing I can do to prevent this besides putting shade cloth? 
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    • PalmTreeDude
      By PalmTreeDude
      Does anyone know how far north a healthy king palm (Archontophoenix cunninghamiana, or another species if you know about one up north) can be grown in California? I have seen videos of them in San Francisco and the general San Francisco Bay area, there was even a video of some on YouTube in Lafayette, California. Are there any north of these areas? How far up along the coastline can they go before they struggle? I never heard of an exact northern limit for these on the west coast, so this topic is interesting to me. I know California has a ton of microclimates due to the ocean and topography. 
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