Stefan Hageman

Stefan Hageman

Stefan Hageman
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Trachycarpus fortunei a temperate palm which is, in cultivated range, the northernmost palm species in the world, having been outdoors all year long with little to no protection at the New York Botanical Garden.The greatest reported cold tolerance is −27.5 °C. Grown for its coarse but very strong leaf sheath fibre, used for making ropes, sacks,  other coarse cloth where great strength is important. (blooming cherry trees in background)

Trachycarpus fortunei a temperate palm which is, in cultivated range, the northernmost palm species in the world, having been outdoors all year long with little to no protection at the New York Botanical Garden.The greatest reported cold tolerance is −27.5 °C. Grown for its coarse but very strong leaf sheath fibre, used for making ropes, sacks, other coarse cloth where great strength is important. (blooming cherry trees in background)

june-mosaic

Hakonechloa macra "All Gold" Japanese forest grass, glossy European ginger, and Japanese painted ferns and Hosta ‘June,’ with a couple of young ‘Lime Rickey’ heucheras picking up the gold grass underplanted beneath a magnolia tree.

Tropical splendour at The Lost Gardens of Heligan - Trachycarpus fortunei, Gunnera mannicata, Dicksonia Antarctica...

Tropical splendour at The Lost Gardens of Heligan - Trachycarpus fortunei, Gunnera mannicata, Dicksonia Antarctica.