I just got a small Sabal minor a week ago and was wondering if I can still plant it outside. Would it be better to wait for Spring so it can develop roots for a whole growing season or can I still plant it outside now?
I am located in the Eastern parts of Austria, near to Vienna. So winters might get cold, but shouldn't drop below -12°C / 10°F.
Not palm related but I have this in my palm garden. This in my Eucalyptus Neglecta. It is a little over 6 feet tall. I planted it in march,2020 as a 3ft tree from Plant Delights nursery. It has never been protected other than good sighting. It was un phased by a winter low of 4 degrees Fahrenheit and two weeks below freezing during the arctic blast last February. Cincinnati zone 6b.
For Sale in ONE LOT:
Sabal minor Blountstown Dwarf year-old seedlings x 3
Sabal minor Wakulla Dwarf year-old seedling x1
Cost of palms = $20.00 for all
Shipping = $10.00 via Priority Mail No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI
TOTAL = $30.00
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Sabal minor Blountstown Dwarf
Sabal minor Wakulla Dwarf