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Texas Sabal Palm Tree

Sabal mexicana

Description:

Texas Sabal Palms - Cold Hardy Palm Trees (Sabal texana or Sabal mexicana) Cold Hardy to 16 - 18 degrees (lower depending on the age and growth of the cold hardy palm tree), The Texas palm (Sabal texana or S. mexicana), also known as Texas palmetto, Rio Grande palmetto, palma real, and palma de Micharas, is a native of the lower Rio Grande valley. It is a stocky palm that grows to a height of twenty to forty-eight feet and has large blue-green, fan-shaped leaves that form a thick, rounded crown.

Habitat:

Courtyard by a pool

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NadjaJ.Bem
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NadjaJ.Bem

Dallas, Texas, USA

Spotted on Apr 3, 2012
Submitted on Apr 3, 2012

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