Tell me, is there a frost-resistant palm tree in nature?
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Answered on December 14, 2014 21:26
Yes, of course, there is. You will not believe it, but a palm tree grows in my country house. This is the "Porcupine Palm Tree" (in a scientific way, I had to google it, Rhapidophyllum hystrix). They say that it is one of the most cold-resistant. It can withstand frost down to -28 degrees! She is very unpretentious, I like) Such a palm can be grown at home in a pot. There is still hamerops, it can grow in more northern regions, but withstands frost up to 10-12 degrees in all. Not for our harsh Russian winters) There is still a yucca, they say, it can even grow in northern Russian cities. Here is)
Answered on December 14, 2014 21:45
I live in Karelia and grow a palm tree here) Unfortunately, I don’t know what it is called, I collected seeds in Sochi under palm trees: D while growing.