Sabal_Louisiana Posted October 29, 2018 Report Share Posted October 29, 2018 I have noticed quite a few examples of what appears to be Sabal palmetto (not Sabal minor) growing wild west of its native range, e.g. in SE Louisiana, coastal Mississippi, along the coast of the Fla panhandle E of Panama City. These are usually one or a few and love fence lines of abandoned/vacant lots or wooded areas/ditches along major highways. When young they might be mistaken for the native dwarf palmetto but are unmistakable as they grow up. I will try to post a few pics of some that I have seen. Sometimes, their source can be identified, such as a plant nursery a few hundred yards away. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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