COLD HARDY PALMS
by Alan W. Meerow
Comprehensive profiles for 83 palm species capable of growing
in climates colder than USDA Hardiness Zone 10 (Under 30-35°F
or 1.6 to -1.1°C in minimum average).
book also includes a list of minimum average temperature exposures
for an additional 150 palms. The main features include cold
hardy palms that are:
· Highly salt tolerant
· Shade tolerant
· Hazardous to humans (including irritating fruits)
· And much more…
Front cover: Trachycarpus fortunei under snow by
Michel Tournier - Palmimania
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Palms described can survive in all US states except:
Zone 2-3-4-5 which include:
Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, North and South
Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Vermont,
Maine, New Hampshire.
(See USDA Hardiness Zone Map)
described can survive in all Europe except:
Zone 6 and 5 which include:
Mid and Northern Sweden, Mid and Northern Norway, Finland, Estonia,
Latvia, Lithuania, European Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Eastern
Switzerland, Slovakia, Belarus, Ukraine.
Europe - USDA Hardiness Zone Map)