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by Eddy
Sun Dec 30, 2007 3:48 pm
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Phoenix canariensis - numpty question
Replies: 31
Views: 3478

Re: Phoenix canariensis - numpty question

Sorry guys for using this thread for another question. How close to the house can I plant a phoenix palm? I am aware that I may not be around when it is big enough to harm the footings but it would be sad if one day, someone has to chop it down. I am thinking of putting ...
by pickapalm
Wed Dec 05, 2007 5:08 pm
Forum: New Members Introduce yourself here ;-) (public)
Topic: Welcome to new members
Replies: 1264
Views: 32344

... grow as many differnt hardy palms as possible, i have all ready grown phoenix canariensis, trachycarpus fortunei, washingtonia filfera and robusta. Next spring i will be ...
by Palmer
Tue Nov 27, 2007 10:57 am
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Size really does make a difference
Replies: 12
Views: 701

Size really does make a difference

... slow growing though. Butia ? http://www.postimage.org/Pq1KJIfS.jpg Phoenix canariensis http://www.postimage.org/aVvbAOS.jpg Wshingtonia Robusta http://www.postimage.org/aVvcHES.jpg ...
by Alexander
Fri Nov 23, 2007 2:24 am
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Geof Hamilton and Barnsdale Gardens
Replies: 18
Views: 930

... agree with Geoff hamilton on this one. No-one would have believed that Phoenix canariensis_CIDP would prove more or less hardy in the south of the UK. :shock: Gaz, Looking ...
by Alexander
Fri Nov 23, 2007 2:01 am
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Phoenix canariensis - numpty question
Replies: 31
Views: 3478

I have 2 small Phoenix canariensis here on my allotment. I got them fromsomeone who had discarded them. They are planted on a sunny ...
by Palmer
Wed Nov 21, 2007 10:27 pm
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Phoenix canariensis - numpty question
Replies: 31
Views: 3478

Dave in 05-06 winter i had -8 there leaves were burnt but they racoverd, in the country side around were i live they had -9 to -10 there was 5 phoenix canariensis in the country side that i know of and they were all dead so i recone thats as low as they will go
by DavidF
Wed Nov 21, 2007 10:12 pm
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Phoenix canariensis - numpty question
Replies: 31
Views: 3478

Phoenix canariensis - numpty question

Sorry to ask such a dumb question but I've never really had much success with this plant. Just how low will they go? My experiences so far... 3 small B&Q jobs, unprotected .............dead 1 small GC job, a few fleeces thrown over it last winter when needed..... spear pulled in May, started to spro...
by Darren Turner
Wed Nov 21, 2007 8:03 pm
Forum: HTUK web/forum Technical Stuff and Help (public)
Topic: wiki
Replies: 15
Views: 999

I'm familiar with Wikipedia and use it quite often.
But like you Dave, I'm not sure how it relates to a website :?:
Can we have plant files ?
For instance a page on Phoenix canariensis, our growing experiences, minimum temps, common names, etc.
by Alexander
Thu Nov 08, 2007 12:33 am
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Coldest Place in Brazil
Replies: 40
Views: 2318

... then you would exspect of their origin. And what to think abot the big Phoenix canariensis in parts of Enland, it is as subtropical as a palm can be but still its growing ...
by Dave Brown
Sun Feb 11, 2007 8:50 pm
Forum: Palms (including Cycads and Cordyline)
Topic: Southsea Phoenix canariensis, Phoenix canariensis_CIDP seed germinated !!!
Replies: 61
Views: 9777

Southsea Phoenix canariensis, Phoenix canariensis_CIDP seed germinated !!!

Hi All, This could be a momentus moment! I picked a mostly green Phoenix canariensis_CIDP fruit back in December,from a Phoenix canariensis_CIDP at Southsea, Portsmouth, just around the corner from where my son's halls are. In fact I set out at 6 am to go ...
by Dave Brown
Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:11 am
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Exotic Fruits
Replies: 12
Views: 1926

... with the small amount of fruit around it. With things like date palms Phoenix dactylifera (fruiting Date) is generally viewed as the poor cousin of Phoenix canariensis (Canary Date). Which is available everywhere from about £4. I have just sold ...
by Dave Brown
Fri Sep 01, 2006 7:30 pm
Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
Topic: Mick from Chatham
Replies: 10
Views: 4603

... I don't have much room for any more big palms. I'd love to have a big Phoenix canariensis, but they don't like my soil. it's too heavy in the winter. They are fine overwintering ...