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Re: Photo expedition

Hi, Godi. Unlikely that it's a dwarf. But, yes, it will do just fine indoors. We had one for many years in our condo in Bethesda [it's now in our front yard here], and Ms Fatma's brother, who lives in a condo in DC has an enormous one in his living room. I think that the caudex will get proportionately larger when it's growing in a pot than it does when planted in the ground.

On Sunday, November 7, 2004, at 08:51 AM, Godigarden@cs.com wrote:

Hi Jim,
Since you are our TS expert, I wonder if you could tell me a little about the
ponytail or bottle palm Beaucarnea recurvata.
A friend of my daughter's picked up a few at Loews, I helped her identify the
plant, so she gave me one. I know it's a tropical. It's only about 12 inches
in height, I wonder if it's a "dwarf." Will it do OK indoors in the winter
since it needs full sun?
Godi zone 7
Mt. Vernon VA

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Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
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Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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