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Albuquerque Cold Hardy Palms


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Hello, due to the new 2023 zone map, it labels the northeast heights as zone 8a in Albuquerque which I currently reside. In the valley, there are multiple filiferas that have prospered in the colder parts of abq. I was wondering what palms I should try next. I currently have 3 chamerops and 1 sabal blackburnia in the back yard. Thanks!!  

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I was in ABQ one year in Jan-Feb. Even after a 0° night, I think every afternoon was above 32°. I would try to find a cheap CIDP and protect while small.

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