Tracy Posted February 14 Report Share Posted February 14 I'm looking for suggestions on smaller understory palms that can be grown in Southern California's coastal zone. I'm specifically interested in what others here (coastal Southern California) are growing that go beyond many of the Chamaedorea species we have been growing and are typical in our gardens. I am already growing the most common Licuala tried in this zone, Licuala peltata sumawongii. So suggestions of what is working among the other Licuala's, the Dypsis species that remained Dypsis after the reclass of the bigger ones to Chrysalidocarpus, or any of the smaller Pinanga's perhaps. Not to snub folks from other area's but I'm specifically looking for input of what is working in Southern California's coastal zones influenced by the ocean and the marine layers that come along with proximity. Plenty of options in other climate zones but I want to stay focused. Photos of the plants fitting this category that are working for you are a plus! 4 33.0782 North -117.305 West at 72 feet elevation Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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