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Overall height 5 ft

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Moose

I leave it alone, let it do it's thing. Just pull the Chinese Lantern vine off when it shows up in the rainy season

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TomJ

how long in ground from what size ??

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Frond-friend42

What is it? Phoenix theophrastii?

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Flow

Ravenea xerophila?

 

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LivistonaFan

Syagrus campylospatha?

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TomJ

It should pick up speed from that size on.....  LOL

 

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On 8/29/2020 at 12:41 PM, TomJ said:

how long in ground from what size ??

I think around 2006, 3 gallon container. 

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Moose

I think Mike Harris in Cooper City has the big ones. Much longer in the ground

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