miamicuse Posted May 23 Report Share Posted May 23 I do not have any variegated palms but I saw pictures here of these plants and would like to try some myself. So question one is, is a Caryota mitis variegata the same as a regular caryota mitis? or do they have different water/sun/temperature/fertilizer requirements? What are good variegated palms to try in zone 10b, near the coast, occasional wet feet, full to partial sun? I am not looking for something super exotic and delicate like Licuala Mapu, but I wouldn't mind trying variegated Caryota mitis, Rhapis excelsa, Sabal Palmetto etc... I know some grows them from seeds, but I would prefer something a bit further along, like 1-3 gallon sizes would be ideal. Anyone know of a good source in south Florida, or somewhere else that may ship? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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