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Freeze Performance Zone 9a


_Keith

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Common Name Scientific Name 2010/11 Freeze (21,19,20) 2013/14 Freeze (26/20/24)
Formosa Palm Arenga engleri 110% foliage loss Unaffected
High Plateau Coconut Palm Beccariophoenix alfredii 4N/A Juvenile, 0 to 25% foliage loss, some protection
Pindo Palm Butia capitata 1Unaffected Unaffected
Jaggery Palm Caryota urens 1N/A Juvenile, 100% foliage loss, some protection
Parlour Palm Chamaedorea elegans 1N/A N/A
Hardy Bamboo Palm Chamaedorea microspadix 3Unaffected Unaffected
Radicalis Palm Chamaedorea radicalis 1Unaffected Unaffected
European Fan Palm Chamaerops humilis 1Unaffected Unaffected
Silver European Fan Palm Chamaerops humilis cerifera 2N/A Unaffected
Caranday Palm Copernicia alba 4N/A Juvenile, 25 to 50% foliage loss, some protection
Manambe Palm Dypsis decipiens 1Dead Juvenile 25% foliage loss
Jubutia Jubaea x Butia 1Spear pull, good recovery Unaffected
Chinese Fan Palm Livistona chinensis 530% foliage loss 25 - 75% foliage loss
Ribbon Fan Palm Livistona decipiens 120% foliage loss 10% foliage loss
Weeping Cabbage Palm Livistona decora 120% foliage loss 10% foliage loss
Taraw Palm Livistona saribus 240% foliage loss 60% foliage loss
Canary Island Date Palm Phoenix canariensis 125% foliage loss 50% foliage loss
Date Palm Phoenix dactylifera 'Maktoom' 4N/A Seedling , Unknown, Some protection
Senegal Date Palm Phoenix reclinata 1Froze to ground Unaffected
Pygmy Date Palm Phoenix roebelenii 1Dead Juvenile, 100% foliage loss
Silver Date Palm Phoenix sylvestris 510% foliage loss Unaffected
Cretan Date Palm Phoenix theophrasti 2N/A Unaffected
Majesty Palm Ravenea rivularis 4Dead 25% foliage loss
Needle Palm Rhapidophyllum hystrix 2Unaffected Unaffected
Lady Palm Rhapis excelsa 4Unaffected Unaffected
Silver Saw Palmetto Serenoa repens 'Silver' 2N/A Unaffected
Sabals (misc) Sabal 4Unaffected Unaffected
Thatch Palm Sabal yapa 1Unaffected Unaffected
Bay Palmetto Sabal mauritiiformis 1N/A N/A
Queen Palm Syagrus romanzoffiana 233% foliage loss 25% foliage loss
Queen Palm Supernova Syagrus romanzoffiana 'Supernova' 5N/A Juvenile, 50% to 100% foliage loss
Windamere Palm Trachcarpus latisectus 1N/A Unaffected
Chinese Windmill Palm Trachycarpus fortunei 3Unaffected Unaffected
Unknown Unknown - given to me as green Bizmarckia 2N/A Juvenile, Unaffected
Desert Fan Palm Washingtonia filifera 1Unaffected Unaffected
Washingtonia filibusta Washingtonia filifera x robusta 'filibusta 825% foliage loss 50% foliage loss
Mexican Fan Palm Washingtonia robusta 725% foliage loss 50% foliage loss
Yatay Mule Palm x Butyagrus ‘yatay’ nabonnandii 1Unaffected Unaffected
Mule Palm x Butyagrus nabonnandii 9Unaffected Unaffected
Total palms 101

In my post I sometimes express "my" opinion. Warning, it may differ from "your" opinion. If so, please do not feel insulted, just state your own if you wish. Any data in this post is provided 'as is' and in no event shall I be liable for any damages, including, without limitation, damages resulting from accuracy or lack thereof, insult, or any other damages

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Man, that must be one heck of a filibusta to get 825% defoliated. How does that work anyway?

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Man, that must be one heck of a filibusta to get 825% defoliated. How does that work anyway?

Hmmm, wait, spreadsheet conversion, first digit is how many I have. Not easy to post a table on PT post.

In my post I sometimes express "my" opinion. Warning, it may differ from "your" opinion. If so, please do not feel insulted, just state your own if you wish. Any data in this post is provided 'as is' and in no event shall I be liable for any damages, including, without limitation, damages resulting from accuracy or lack thereof, insult, or any other damages

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Man, that must be one heck of a filibusta to get 825% defoliated. How does that work anyway?

Hmmm, wait, spreadsheet conversion, first digit is how many I have. Not easy to post a table on PT post.

Send me the spreadsheet, I'll convert it to a JPG.

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Man, that must be one heck of a filibusta to get 825% defoliated. How does that work anyway?

Hmmm, wait, spreadsheet conversion, first digit is how many I have. Not easy to post a table on PT post.

Send me the spreadsheet, I'll convert it to a JPG.

I was just trying to keep it text for simplicity for others. Here it is in PDF.

Surprise of this freeze is my D decipiens seedling. Still looking stellar, although it is in my best microclimate.

A note of freeze damage, this is noted from a week after the freeze. Freeze damage slowly reveals itself and true extent is not known till the heat kicks in. This will be revised.

Palm Inventory.pdf

In my post I sometimes express "my" opinion. Warning, it may differ from "your" opinion. If so, please do not feel insulted, just state your own if you wish. Any data in this post is provided 'as is' and in no event shall I be liable for any damages, including, without limitation, damages resulting from accuracy or lack thereof, insult, or any other damages

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