This old Trachycarpus fortunei palm is sitting in a beautiful white Azalea indica.
Trachycarpus fortunei is very invasive, and sometime they grow in the wrong place.
Luckily they are very tolerant, and you can move them around easily – if you know how to do it, that is.
Here we add a few adult palms to an existing group.
This Chinese palm is very hardy, and thrives in Cerro: seedlings are just about everywhere.
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