Zeni Posted August 13, 2022 Report Share Posted August 13, 2022 I am getting the vibe that Western Europe is slowly getting a Mediterranean-like climate with wet winters and dry summers and won't be moist year-round anymore. 2018 was a similar summer to this summer, also quite dry. During my childhood in the 90s I don't really remember summers being this dry here. Seeing grass this dry everywhere gives me a weird feeling like I am abroad or something in Spain or Italy. Could this potentially be a problem with planting Trachycarpus species here, especially neglected ones who don't get irrigation? One of my neighbors has been traveling since about late June and his trachy hasn't been watered since and it looks horrible now compared to the irrigated/cared for Trachys. On the other hand, neglected/unirrigated Chamaerops Humilis' in my area are very green still and don't seem to be suffering like some of the Trachys. 3 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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