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I am looking to replace my two dead Canary Island Date Palms that have been killed by the February freezing event. Does anyone have or know where I can find at least some 5 gallons and maximum 20 gallons CIDP in this area? I don't want to pay a fortune for some big ones, the ones that I had grew very fast for me and I just want to enjoy their growth.

Thank you.

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Collectorpalms
On 4/2/2021 at 11:12 AM, CiprianS said:

I am looking to replace my two dead Canary Island Date Palms that have been killed by the February freezing event. Does anyone have or know where I can find at least some 5 gallons and maximum 20 gallons CIDP in this area? I don't want to pay a fortune for some big ones, the ones that I had grew very fast for me and I just want to enjoy their growth.

Thank you.

Houston Garden Centers is the place that usually carries them. Hopefully they get some in this spring. Have you been there?

not sure if “Houston Plant and Garden World” on the north side is in business but they have had them too. Another couple nurseries on 249 toward Tomball.

let us know if you find “any” palms”

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I have been at Houston Garden Center like crazy in the last few weeks but until now I did not have any luck finding any Canaries. I will keep going and maybe in the next weeks I will finally find some. 
I will give Houston Plants and Garden World a call next week, but I don’t see on their site that they have palms. 
I will post once I manage to find the Canaries that I am looking for.

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16 minutes ago, CiprianS said:

I have been at Houston Garden Center like crazy in the last few weeks but until now I did not have any luck finding any Canaries. I will keep going and maybe in the next weeks I will finally find some. 
I will give Houston Plants and Garden World a call next week, but I don’t see on their site that they have palms. 
I will post once I manage to find the Canaries that I am looking for.

Since my two mature Canaries look like they Lived, through 5F and we don’t have the horrible date disease so far in College Station I am tempted to buy. I found two volunteers seedlings That had already gone pinnate that survived too that may have to do. I just need to try and nurture them.

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Wow...a lot of snow and your Canaries survived...they are really HARDY once they are MATURE.

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