Sabal Palm III: Sabal Palm and Minor Sabal

The species continues our series on the strong palm from

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 Palmetto, the palm of the state flag of South Carolina and Florida. The following description highlights the vast diversity of this species.

Sabal Palmetto [Palmetto Palm]

The 40-foot-tall S. palmetto is the main trunk-like palm of the southeastern United States. Its native range is from North Florida to the coast of North Carolina. Like Streptococcus suis, these varieties are seed-grown and represent a specific genetic population. [Safe Zone 8-10]

S. palmetto' Bald Head Island ' [Bald Head Island Palmetto Palm]

The northernmost palm palm of the country is native to Bald Island, North Carolina. We have found that the seedlings of these plants are particularly cold-tolerant in our climate and have not been damaged since 1999. [Hardiness Zone 7b-10]

S. palmetto'Lisa'[Lisa Palmetto Palm]

This is one of the least common crowded leaves of Streptococcus pallidii and is reported to have excellent winter toughness. I have not tried this on the ground in Zone 7b. [8-10 in the hardest hit, guess]

S. palmetto' mountain. Holly [holly palm palm]

This is another cold tolerance of Streptomyces pallidum grown from a plant seed in the mountains. Holly [west of Charlotte], North Carolina. These 18-20' palm trees were planted in the 1960s and survived at their current location at a temperature of -5 degrees Fahrenheit. Since 1999, we have put these things in the garden without any signs of damage. This form of leaves is much narrower than what we consider to be typical palm palms.

S. palmetto'Rock Hill'[Rock Hill Palmetto Palm]

These Streptomyces palmosporins are from the stand of Rock Hill, South Carolina [only in southern Charlotte, North Carolina]. They were planted in the 1950s and survived at a low temperature of -8 degrees Fahrenheit in 1984/85. This form of leaf is in a form that is slightly colder than the S. palmetto'Mt. Holly' form and shows in our experiments. [Safe Zone 7b-10]

S. palmetto'Tifton Hardy'[Tifton Hardy Palmetto Palm]

This seed line of the southeast native Streptomyces parma was collected by retired Raleigh horticulturist Noel Weston on the way through Tifton, Georgia, after the freeze in the 1980s, killing most of the plant. Palmico. Noel found an undamaged specimen in a hotel in Tifton and collected the seeds. Expect to reach 10' trunks after 15 years. This form of leaves is very wide, like Palm Palm Tree 'Rock Hill'. [Safe Zone 7b-10]

S. rosei [Prairie Palmetto]

This little-known palm hail comes from the west coast of Mexico and can be found in tropical deciduous forests, from the south of Culiacan to Guadalajara at an altitude of 2,500 feet. The 40-foot-tall palm tree resembles the S. palmetto on the east coast, but has a very hard coconut leaf. The plant temperature in Georgia's bamboo farm is 15 degrees Celsius, and Hayes Jackson of Alabama reports that his plants have a Celsius temperature of 8 degrees Celsius, so we think the gardeners who are worth trying are trying. a bit. S. rosei likes to drain good soil and ground in sunny places. Although the leaves were burned, the small plants in our garden survived at 9 degrees Fahrenheit in 2009. [At least the safe area 8b-10]

Sabal sp. Tamaulipas [Mexico Frosted Palm]

[aka: S. minor YD 17-55] This unique, garden-valued palm tree is mixed into S. minor, which is strange if you plant the two plants side by side. Sabal sp. P. stipitis is a small streptococci that grows three times faster, with much larger leaves and much larger seeds. 6' wide costapalmate [curved in the middle] leaves are decorated with 8' high clumps. Our female plants came from the 1988 Yucca Seed Seed Expedition and entered Tamaulipas, Mexico, where they were found to be about 1,500 tall. Although seemingly without a torso, earlier specimens develop a long horizontal torso that is on the ground. Our oldest factory was built in 1997 and has a height of 8'. [Safe Zone 7b-10]

S. uresana [Sonano Palmeto]

In the valleys and foothills of the western Madre Mountains [Sonora and Chihuahua] in western Mexico, at an altitude of 4500' the relatives of Sabal palmetto are in the gardens of the 8th arrondissement of the East Coast. Outstanding performance. S. uresana is very slow, but in the end [in your lifetime] you end up producing a stunning 30-foot tree with Costa Green's silver-green leaves and contrasting dark brown trunks. . If you like to try, from

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 Uresana is a good try.