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Chambeyronia Houailou before/after Hurricane Ian


PalmatierMeg

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Had a busy day today and didn't have time to post long topics. But while going through my photos I found a series of photos of my Chambeyronia Houailou in the Jungle with a new red leaf before, then after Ian. I first noticed this stunning leaf the day before Ian's fateful visit. I grabbed my camera to take photos just in case....... Well, no, I don't attach mystical meanings to everyday events and I had no inkling what was in store. I just like pretty photos.

Chambeyronia Houailou before Hurricane Ian, Cape Coral, FL 09-27-2022

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Chambeyronia Houailou after Hurricane Ian, Cape Coral, FL 09-29-2022

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Meg

Palms of Victory I shall wear

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

I'd like to be under the sea in an octopus' garden in the shade.

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5 hours ago, Looking Glass said:

Chambeyronia look like they help up quite well.  ?  

Yes and no. I lost two adult and two juvenile C. macrocarpa to Ian. But I think in anything under cat 4/5 is well within their scope and I did have a couple adults that survived in the jungle. More on palm survival upcoming

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Meg

Palms of Victory I shall wear

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

I'd like to be under the sea in an octopus' garden in the shade.

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