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Hi Everyone. 
How hardy is Syagrus cearensis compared to Syagrus coronata?  I’m thinking of getting a couple. I have a Syagrus coronata which burns badly each winter, but recovers completely during summer. 
 

Secondly:  how hardy is Syagrus schizophylla?  Will it work under a tree (shady area with cold, but no frost)?

Thanks

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Took these pictures now. This is what my Syagrus coronata looks like after winter. Hopefully our cold is over after this winter. It’s been harsh this year. 

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