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5 Cold-hardy Palms for Texas

Texas has just been through its coldest winter in many, many years - and if you believe the prognosticating of Punxsutawner Phil, we still have three more weeks of it.    There was even measurable snow in the Rio Grande... Continue Reading →

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Texas Sabals: a new trim for more successful transplanting

Texas Sabal palms are the only large palm that grows native in Texas.   Unfortunately they are a little bit difficult to transplant. Their beauty and use by nature make it worth the risk to plant Texas Sabal palms.   They have... Continue Reading →

How Cold Hardy Are My Palms?

Although we have hardly had a winter down in deep south Texas, most of the state has suffered through a couple of frigid events.    If you have palm trees, some probably didn't survive the winter. Here's a little info... Continue Reading →

Preparing your Plants for a Light Freeze

What to do when a freeze is predicted.

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