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NC Botanical Gardens


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Yesterday I went to the North Carolina Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill. Zone 7b


Sabal minor in the Coastal Plain exhibits 


Trachycarpus fortunei and Rhapidophyllum hystrix


tiny Serenoa repens. These palms are hardy enough to live in the Triangle but don't like the soil. They are better reserved to the Coastal Plain where the soil is sandy.




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Zone 8a/8b Greenville, NC 

Zone 9a/9b Bluffton, SC

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