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Is this a Sabal minor?


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Hi all,

found this nice specimen at a small botanical garden I was visiting a few weeks ago. It's just named Sabal minor.  Could this really be a S. minor or maybe it's another Sabal?

Added a picture of the whole plant and a detail of a leave.

Thanks Eckhard

 

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nah.  Looks costapalmate to me, i.e. possibly palmetto.

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C from NC

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Bone dry summers, wet winters, 2-3 days ea. winter in low teens.

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Palmetto amd minor inflorescence extends past leaves. 

Los Angeles, CA and Myrtle Beach, SC.

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I don't think that's a Sabal palmetto, it is way to small to be seeding if it was. Could it be a Sabal bermudana? I am not very familiar with this palm so my knowledge on it is very limited, so I may be way off. 

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