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Nursery Recommendation


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I’m heading down to the Richmond VA area for the weekend and was just wondering if there are any nurseries with some cold hardy varieties.  I’m from MA and am unfamiliar with the area.



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There is a Nursery a little bit to the west of Richmond called Cross Creek Nursery, while it is not a palm specific nursery, when I was there in the Spring they had Trachys and sometimes Sabal minor. If you are near it, I would check it out. I am not sure if they have many palms available this time of year but they certainly had other hardy plants. Look it up on Google, they might (probably do) have a website. 

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