Sabal King Posted May 24 Report Share Posted May 24 I wanted to start documenting native sabals on our newly acquired ranch in East Texas... I checked the county map, and we are next to a county listed as having native sabals but seems like we have some popping up way in the back, within a stones throw of a spring fed stream running through the property. This area during the wet wet months certainly rushes with water, and floods a bit for sure given how the grass was pushed to one side. I couldn't think of a more perfect place for some native sabals to grow.. We were doing some basic exploring of the property (so much more to do, haven't even scratched the surface) and how perfect was it that I happened to stumble upon a 2-3 year old seedling.. There have to be some big ones back here somewhere seeding. I know what I'm doing next time we get out there.. I'm finding me the parents and what I'm sure is a big stand of them somewhere. Stay tuned! 5 1 Subscribe to my YouTube here to follow along my Sabal obsession.... Quite possibly one of the biggest Sabal plantings in the US. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sabalking.texas Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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