VLyn Posted February 13, 2014 Report Share Posted February 13, 2014 (edited) Hi I have had some queen palm trees that may have been affected by this cold winter season (2014). I have have spent a few hrs looking on here for the best tree to replace these. Ok so I have made my decision after reading many post of how hardy the "mule palm" is thought to be. So i call my nursery, and the owner told me well I only have one and its out frt. of my window - looking at it right now... and it did not fair any better than the queens we have, its looks the same. So she than states let me send you a pic of it. I am thinking well ok maybe it was a small tree and sitting in a pot to my surprise this is what she sent me. Now I know enough from reading today mules are a hybrid between a queen and a pindo palm and it could be hybrid more to the queen side and this could happen. So if this is the case is there a certain type I should be looking for? I really do not want to replace these in any near future. So what are ur thoughts on why this happened to this healthy Mule Palm in zone 8a? Thanks~ Edited February 13, 2014 by VLyn Zone 8a, North Florida. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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