Phoenix canariensis_CIDP survival in southampton.

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Phoenix canariensis_CIDP survival in southampton.

Post by billdango » Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:40 pm

are there any live Phoenix canariensis_CIDP left in southampton . all the ones that i know locally are dead .the lowest temperature that we had was about -7c , and although all the other types of palms that grow in southampton were okay no cidps seem to have survived.as far as i can see allcordylines are okay as well. i even lost my two twelve foot cidps and they were well protected. billdango.


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Re: Phoenix canariensis_CIDP survival in southampton.

Post by billdango » Mon Feb 14, 2011 3:07 pm

at last a Phoenix canariensis_CIDP that hasen,t been killed by the coldest winter in 47 years .hopefully there will be more to come later when i do an inventory of the palms of southampton .

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I have just found a Phoenix canariensis_CIDP in the st denys area of southampton


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Re: Phoenix canariensis_CIDP survival in southampton.

Post by Junglejames » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:37 am

I'll keep a look out in the Portswood/Highfield/Uni campus area, and around SGH when Im at the hospital. :><:


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Re: Phoenix canariensis_CIDP survival in southampton.

Post by The Codfather » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:39 am

They will have a problem with the size of it judging by that pic......
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Re: Phoenix canariensis_CIDP survival in southampton.

Post by dino » Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:18 pm

And that Trachycarpus to the right looks huge


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