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Dypsis saintelucei


Jim in Los Altos

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I've aquired a nice 5 gal. D. saintlucei and I hoping someone out there has some good cold hardiness info on this one. Thanks in advance.

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Jim in Los Altos, CA  SF Bay Area 37.34N- 122.13W- 190' above sea level

zone 10a/9b

sunset zone 16

300+ palms, 90+ species in the ground

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Just noticed the thread on this species already exists but please add any useful info if you have it.

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Jim in Los Altos, CA  SF Bay Area 37.34N- 122.13W- 190' above sea level

zone 10a/9b

sunset zone 16

300+ palms, 90+ species in the ground

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Las Palmas Design & Associates

Elegant Homes and Gardens

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Only that it was one of the biggest pleasant surprises IMO of the California Freeze.

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Kona, on The Big Island
Hawaii - Land of Volcanoes

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Jim did these ever grow for you?

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Glenn

Modesto, California

 

Sunset Zone 14   USDA 9b

 

Low Temp. 19F/-7C 12-20-1990         

 

High Temp. 111F/43C 07-23-2006

 

Annual Average Precipitation 13.12 inches/yr.

 

             

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I brought this small Dypsis saintelucei inside yesterday afternoon and noticed that it must be a very cold sensitive species. Granted, the palm is barely more mature than a seedling but still, the lowest it has seen this winter is low 40s.

Does anyone else have any additional experiences with this species?

- Michael  Loyal American

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