Access NO. 0157m19
K-07 (new bog)
Tree possibly going through transplant shock, see picture
Plant has grown well and established itself. Will be interesting to see how much cold it can take. Appears to have handled recent 28F and 31F nights well.
Plant suffering from cold damage, frawns browning. Some white fungus found on frawn with cold damage.
moved qual from K-07 (tropical border) to U-11 directly south of FTC against building
New bed may offer warmer conditions for this African native. Soil in the bed is well drained but a thick clay layer exists at 1.5ft depth.
Watered in with natures nog for preventative care after transplanting.
Access NO. 09m3698
Z-05 (ch drive way)
Has been in ground for 3 years. In very warm spot. No cold damage
In reference to the bulky fronds in the pathway, Jenks says, “The fronds will jump out and punch you in the ear”. Quite happy in this location, though one day it will outgrow it.