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Never have seen one until I saw this one that I posted. Today, I saw three planted at the old train station in town. Go figure.
Awesome! I can now let the owner know what she has.
Wondering what this small tree is? Deciduous, burgundy narrow leaves, small pink bloom clusters.
Thanks in advance.
No … not even close. It also shows some of the high elevation mountainous regions as 9a.
Best estimation is 8a- 8b depending on the particular year. Trachycarpus fortunei are not problem here in the Comox / Courtenay region....
I was a member of the PNP&EPS when I lived on the mainland and for a couple of years once here on Van. Isle.
I know many of those members. I'm...
I was the reverse of you. I lived in Lantzville for 18 years before moving to Courtenay last May.
Good that you got local palms. They adapt much...
Be careful not to cover the trunk as this could promote rot or fungus. Don't leave it wrapped once weather breaks. The most tender part is the new...
Well you'll be very disappointed should you ever visit Vancouver Island or much of the PNW coastal regions.
I find that comment rather sad. At any garden center/nursery, the vast majority of plants aren't "native". Plenty of folks do grow our local...
Thanks for that info. I'm not the least bit surprised to learn that is quite likely in the pauciflora species. Perhaps sometime I'll find out if...
Here's some of the plantings in a xeriscape setting an the Comox marina.
Thanks for the info Margot. That certainly explains what I'm seeing. The Comox marina is especially noticeable and one Eucalyptus there has not...
Colvos Creek Nursery on Vashon Island is no longer in operation correct? They had some very nice, interesting offerings.