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905palms
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Polar Vortex Survivors Club....

Post by 905palms » Sun Jan 12, 2014 3:26 pm

After inspecting further during this mild spell, my 8' Pindo and 12' Palmetto, so far so good...
My Agave is showing signs of dehydration and Sago looking light green now, hopefully they bounce back. I've tried to keep them dry as possible, but the winter dampness cuts through concrete it seems.

8' Pindo

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Palmetto with some dried fronds. I gave 2 gallons of warm water to help re-hydrate.

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Needles and S.Minors look great, but we are only half way through until the covers come off...

Little Hula girl with the Pindo box in the background... The days are getting longer!

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lucky1
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Post by lucky1 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 3:56 pm

Good title.

Looks like they got through the worst of it relatively unscathed.
Don't let them see outside

:lol:

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