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Palm trees in Poland


theguythatstart
31 Jan 2014 #1
Are there Palm trees in Poland? I seen a picture of Koliba beach and most of the pictures had palm trees.
Do they grow in Poland?
lunacy - | 73
31 Jan 2014 #2
In huge pots and they are moved to glasshouses for the colder months;) In nature - they don't.
OP theguythatstart
31 Jan 2014 #3
Could you find them on a beach and which is the most common?
ShawnH 8 | 1,509
31 Jan 2014 #4
Do you want to know if they palm trees speak German? or if the origins of the trees in fact partially German?
OP theguythatstart
31 Jan 2014 #5
No read my question
ShawnH 8 | 1,509
31 Jan 2014 #6
Your question was answered.

In nature - they don't.

So given the answer:

In nature - they don't.

Why do you ask:

Could you find them on a beach and which is the most common?

If you didn't like the answer you should have googled "how far north do palm trees grow"
OP theguythatstart
1 Feb 2014 #7
Can you find them on someone's front loan in Poland
?
jon357 63 | 14,255
1 Feb 2014 #8
front loan

You'd have to ask a loan shark
ShawnH 8 | 1,509
1 Feb 2014 #9
You can but the odds are extremely low.
Palmfarm.es
10 May 2018 #10
If anybody wants to buy Trachycarpus Fortunei Palms (Very cold hardy) IN BULK, then please contact me. Paddy in Spain +34 600 810 844
dolnoslask 5 | 2,574
10 May 2018 #11
Trachycarpus Fortunei Palms

Well you need to know that the plant wont survive more than -12 and be viable, Poland can be below -15 for months at a time where I am I have seen -30 , you can throw a cup of warm water in the air and it turns to ice.


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