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Palm Identification

Brandon James

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Anyone have any idea what this palm FE860800-D0D9-43A7-8D1A-EF6758219086.thumb.png.a3ceeb33a4b8776bba939a7d8274619d.png5137362E-6AF0-4159-A766-26642DD87718.thumb.png.0a276a7dbe152570f03bc9d41cf2beb8.png


the top picture was taken after it’s been recovering from a freeze, I forgot it outside and the fronds completely died but it’s pushing up new growth. 

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Yes , I think L. Chinenis . Years ago they were sold as house plants around here in Southern California , I immediately put mine in the ground on a south facing slope and it is growing very nicely ....but oh so slow! It has been there about 20 years and only about 4 feet tall , but again , very healthy. I think the L. Australis is a bit faster. The latter is more spindly instead of the fan shape of yours.

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Thanks, it seemed to be more cold hardy to me but it’s not holding up to the needle palm next to it, no spear pull yet

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