I brought back from CA here to Illinois some 7/8 diameter palm tree
like miniature cocoanuts. They had fallen from the seed pod clusters
on the tree
and were laying on the ground/sidewalk. When I lived in FL, we would
let the cocoanuts dry out before planting them. Should I do the same
thing with these miniature-sized palm tree seeds, or can I just plant
On 8/31/2011 9:55 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Why ask here? Google is your friend. When presented with the words 'plant
palm seeds' it obliged with more information that I cared to wade though
but the first answer is probably close enough and probably better than
anything you will get here.
You were given good advice, but chose not to take it. Most people DO
try researching on-line first before they post to a NG. It doesn't
take a PhD to input search terms and evaluate the results.
Also, you may not know that California is as large as some countries,
and varies enormously in macro- and micro-climates. Advice for San
Diego would not work in Arcata or near Death Valley.
I wanted a simple answer to a simple question. I said I was in
Illinois and needed to know if I should dry the seeds out or plant
them right away. If you went to the web site cited, it was long, too
detailed, and did not really answer my original question. Rather than
get a treatise on palm trees, I was looking for a quick and dirty
answer. Since I was in CA only 2 weeks ago when I got the seeds, I
certainly am aware of the geological and biological diversity of the
state, but that hs nothing to do with my question.
I didn't tell you where to plant your palm seeds.
For that kind of information, I told you where to go.
If you want a second opinion about where to go,
I'd suggest the Chicago Botanical Gardens.
Now that you know where to go, I'm sure you know what you can do,
They will all tell you the same thing, "yes".
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