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When can I put my zone 9 palms outside?


PashkaTLT

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Hello,

Should I wait until the temperature never drops below 50F (10C) or it's fine if, say, one night it drops to 40-45F (5-7C) but in general it's 50F+ (10C+)?

Currently our average day temperature is 70F (21C) and average night temperature is 47F (8C).

In a few days I will have: Majesty, Cat, Sago, European, Windmill, Pindo, all in pots.

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Planted palms: Sabal minor, W. Robusta (Mexican Fan Palm, my favourite!), Windmill, Pindo, Needle, European Fan, Sago palm, Saw Palmetto

Inside during winter: Majesty, Cat palm, Chinese fan palm, Pygmy Date palm

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When can I put my zone 9 palms outside?

 

When the outside temperatures mimic zone 9.

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10 hours ago, PashkaTLT said:

Hello,

Should I wait until the temperature never drops below 50F (10C) or it's fine if, say, one night it drops to 40-45F (5-7C) but in general it's 50F+ (10C+)?

Currently our average day temperature is 70F (21C) and average night temperature is 47F (8C).

In a few days I will have: Majesty, Cat, Sago, European, Windmill, Pindo, all in pots.

As soon as you're out of the woods in other words as long as the temperature don't drop close to their minimum required cold hardiness.  They'll do better outside than inside because they get the right amount of sunshine.  

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6 hours ago, N8ALLRIGHT said:

Everything you listed should be fine.

Put em out :greenthumb:

Ditto

Meg

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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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