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I wanted to show you my little palm tree stand. In Switzerland we are quite limited as far as cold tolerant palms are concerned. We have partly up to -15° Celsius in winter. But here are the cultivation and larger palms that are planted in my garden. 

 

Trachycarpus fortunei seedlings (from spring 2022)

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Slightly larger Trachycarpus fortunei

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Welcome to Palmtalk, fellow compatriot😃.  Where do you live? We haven't had -15 C in more than ten years here. Do you have any other coldhardy palms?

Here's a pic from my small garden. Many palms are potted due to lack of space but the large Chamaerops and Jubaea (barely visible) in the back are planted in the ground. Easy and robust palms.

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