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Why germinate Butia?


Laaz

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Oh my gosh! I have seen a few germinate on the trunk before, but this much?! Dang! I agree with Chris, pop some out! 

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3 hours ago, JLeVert said:

I could have a palm seedling lawn here.  Butias germinate like dandelions.

If you do, make sure not to cut it for 40 years. Then you'll have a palm forest! 

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They do it here too but only odorata. Let me know when you have an archeri (or the likes) doing that;-).

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