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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 | 1,519
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 | 1,519
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 | 15,309
1 Feb 2014 #8
front loan

You'd have to ask a loan shark
ShawnH 8 | 1,519
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 | 3,140
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.
pawian 171 | 12,383
8 Mar 2020 #12
If anybody wants to buy Trachycarpus Fortunei Palms

I once fancied having such palms in my garden but they didn`t survive the first winter. Later I found a gardening forum where they explained how to protect the plants - incredible methods, including Christmas tree lights wrapped around the palm to keep them warm.

Are there Palm trees in Poland?

There is one in Warsaw. It had problems some time ago but they were overcome.





jon357 63 | 15,309
9 Mar 2020 #13
they didn`t survive the first winter

We bring them indoors for the winter.
dolnoslask 5 | 3,140
9 Mar 2020 #14
Does anyone know where I can buy full size plastic palm trees, I am building a house and want to go with a chav'y tracy island theme ( no I am not kidding) , would also be interested in any other plastic shrubs, needless to say I want things as lock up and leave, therefore no gardening.
pawian 171 | 12,383
9 Mar 2020 #15
We bring them indoors for the winter.

I did and they died inside. :)

would also be interested in any other plastic shrubs

Hmm, they will look good in the first year, then it will be only worse, I am afraid.
jon357 63 | 15,309
9 Mar 2020 #16
I did and they died inside

Funny you should say that... ;-)

We gave up on banana trees too (though a friend in PoznaƄ has giant ones indoors). The olive trees are doing nicely.

With palms, they are not at all easy to grow. Even in the Arab world, their natural home, they're highly prized. The fine in Saudi if you crash into one is huge.
pawian 171 | 12,383
9 Mar 2020 #17
Funny you should say that... ;-)

It wasn`t a joke. I left them inside our summer house which is not heated in winter. The temp could be around 1 - 2 degrees.

The fine in Saudi if you crash into one is huge.

Like hurting a holy cow in India?


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