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teddytn

Walking around the yard weeding and watering and thought I would share some of what I have growing. Needle palms, sabal minor mccurtain, sabal minor, sabal Birmingham, various opuntias, yucca rostratas. 

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Reyes Vargas

What is that purple flower underneath the cactus?

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21 minutes ago, Reyes Vargas said:

What is that purple flower underneath the cactus?

It’s a purple creeping phlox 

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Random yard pics. Freddy the frog chillin00E69282-9F85-4CC5-8118-03440E40067E.thumb.jpeg.b64f0c8cc63ab24f3b22eb0ba40d7b54.jpegSabal brazoriensis seedlings3C1BCCEB-EC2A-4DF4-8004-53AB0EA7FB32.thumb.jpeg.57ceb9a75011f629277a953af4872c18.jpegTomato bed, carrots in there. Some potted maple trees7E638CBC-A1C5-42A2-943B-C9B7F29F93CB.thumb.jpeg.4fdc54da77cdc3db4db60c8f3ffd9337.jpegLove the opuntias flowering while just laying on the concrete! AF6C8917-B597-46F5-8EF7-1BD0DBDA5508.thumb.jpeg.605a892ba1ec5e5d12248224b8438c50.jpeg78EF49A3-01B6-477A-A6AD-907CAFE04A08.thumb.jpeg.677c0af507dfc8675a7c0572fe111761.jpegSome cannas, under the deck view of needle palmB1E6B7DF-8338-480F-BFA0-08425AC298D9.thumb.jpeg.243494d9a89ac67d56aae4dd407e0301.jpegPotted trachys. Agave havardiana, agave lechuguilla, yucca faxoniana, yucca bacata in terra cottaEDA22767-EC24-491E-A55B-DF1B4979178E.thumb.jpeg.a4f8222e07a0ac46015ed581e91bb882.jpegUnder the deck workbench, where I do all my soil mixing and potting. Definitely find me under there on a rainy dayA6417B3E-2CB8-4030-A718-A60F98FD0BF8.thumb.jpeg.41765ef3bafd503d8ae411ff72857ef3.jpegSabal Birmingham bottom right and top right. Sabal minor mccurtain behind against the house. Yucca gloriosa left of that, sabal minor bottom left of upper bed in view. 3 trachycarpus takil in the mini greenhouses.091C0CD9-30CD-483B-951B-A704157B218B.thumb.jpeg.b9c7f47f68a9d5c48463a66706ac5d52.jpegNeedle palm, opuntia, butterfly bushesE9422057-B644-4BCA-9495-5DDB31F1358C.thumb.jpeg.805d82c486cc24859868a11ece8f88a0.jpegColocasia and lavender down the whole bed, forgive the weedsA1A84B18-E721-4F88-9651-497094B346EC.thumb.jpeg.fc3599b86f635fd91c485a80b83c4cec.jpegThat 7 gallon Sabal minor, bed filled with zucchini and squash. Whole line of palmetto seedlings, a few opuntias, past that potted sabal mexicana, sabal etonia, big sabal minor, sabal palmetto 4AC01B4F-F36F-4BE0-8997-F0E27BCD0970.thumb.jpeg.a2ed25494f6d6d5b55ef3b5376d53a1b.jpegCylindropuntia imbricata, yucca filamentosa color guard, sedum angelina, I believe mugo pine. 734061B0-BBCC-45E8-90D0-D0911E734B9B.thumb.jpeg.2c3912ce7f1536aba78ba623789689b6.jpegDwarf opuntia, a few small agaves I’m giving a shot. Agave neomexicana, agave gracipiles, agave utahensis kaibensis. A few cactusC1C75018-2599-4CE8-86FE-7DCC1B4B079F.thumb.jpeg.aa6ce0183b10742e7765c8bff44d4f9b.jpegYucca rostrataF069F779-1EF7-4E87-B5BC-D8FAC0FBEA9E.thumb.jpeg.e62c531b0df879e7ccc537421020e115.jpeg

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PalmatierMeg

What a neat yard you have. Thanks for the tour.

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7 hours ago, PalmatierMeg said:

What a neat yard you have. Thanks for the tour.

Thank you Meg!

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freakypalmguy

Very nice, everything looks to be growing really well. 
Matt

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Needle palm449AA983-87C0-427D-8F6D-35AA4F1706C5.thumb.jpeg.276b529bdd3a6f1bf175d5af72d88e8f.jpegTrachycarpus takil in its little greenhouse, finally took the plastic off the sides, just getting some shade overhead now. Pretty sure I’m going to leave these in place for the winter over all three.B770FDA9-96A4-4EF4-BDC1-B4004D977208.thumb.jpeg.5606d162149610737d7e9c167028dc34.jpeg

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26 minutes ago, freakypalmguy said:

Very nice, everything looks to be growing really well. 
Matt

Thank you sir!

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