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Sabal 'Birmingham'


Las Palmas Norte

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First time flower spike for this grown from a seedling I acquired from a fellow enthusiast about 7 years ago I'm guessing. It was put in the ground as that seedling back then.

Cheers, Barrie.

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Nice I just planted a small palmletto seedling, what is the deal with Birmingham where is its province? I've heard it's super hardy?

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23 hours ago, john_tas said:

Nice I just planted a small palmletto seedling, what is the deal with Birmingham where is its province? I've heard it's super hardy?

The origin of Sabal 'Birmingham' is shrouded in mystery ... as the story goes.

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Are there any feather palms native to the US or only fans?

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6 hours ago, john_tas said:

Are there any feather palms native to the US or only fans?

There are a few native to Florida such as Roystonea regia and Pseudophenoix sargentii. 

Los Angeles, CA and Myrtle Beach, SC.

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6 hours ago, Brad Mondel said:

There are a few native to Florida such as Roystonea regia and Pseudophenoix sargentii. 

Yeah I checked a few out, you guys have a big Palm collecting scene in the US that's for sure

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