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You could move them or give them away, or if you really don't want to kill them but don't want them, you could even plant them along a little wooded area nearby or something. Just don't forget about the little underground trunk. 

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You could try to dig them up and pot them up to give away? They will probably die because they hate being moved at such a young stage.

Edited by Brad Mondel

Los Angeles, CA and Myrtle Beach, SC.

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I wouldn't want a Sabal palmetto growing up through the floor of my house or consuming my wooden fence. I would yank them out of their precarious perches. Likely they won't survive transplanting but if you want to take a chance.......

Meg

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Cape Coral (It's Just Paradise)
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Zone 10A on the Isabelle Canal
Elevation: 15 feet

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I could probably transplant the small one with two or three fronds. The ones that have actually opened up into fans probably wouldn’t survive. 

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41 minutes ago, PalmatierMeg said:

I wouldn't want a Sabal palmetto growing up through the floor of my house or consuming my wooden fence. I would yank them out of their precarious perches. Likely they won't survive transplanting but if you want to take a chance.......

It would take the meaning of house plant to quite another extreme. Hahaha

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