I was just wondering if anyone knows of palm being grown in areas other then our mild coastal regions? Recently, I've been looking at climate statistics and growing degree day maps, and it occurred to me that certain areas might actually be better for growing certain palms, other than Vancouver, Victoria, and the coastal areas. That is, palms which require more summer heat, and longer growing seasons. The Chilliwack-Agassiz area, with a slighter longer growing season, higher summer humidity and higher summer temp's might actually be better for growing Sabal, Rhapidophyllum, and perhaps even Serenoa. Penticton and Osoyoos and surrounding areas could be perfect areas for Nannorrhops, and perhaps Rhapidophyllum with extra watering in the summer. Maybe even Trithrinax campestris could survive, in a microclimate somewhere in the Interior. Iâ€™d be interested to know if palms are being tried in any of these areas, and anyoneâ€™s thoughts on the possibility.