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g'day richard,

yes the 'beaucarnea recurvata' not realy a palm does flower, it must
be happy where it is hey, i've never seen them flowering in pots but i
have seen them flowering when planted in gardens.


And that says how bloody hot it's been down here.
5:50 am and it's 32 Deg C outside now!
It's going to be a scorcher today

Gerard



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In article , Gerard wrote:
yes the 'beaucarnea recurvata' not realy a palm does flower, it must
be happy where it is hey, i've never seen them flowering in pots but i
have seen them flowering when planted in gardens.


And that says how bloody hot it's been down here.
5:50 am and it's 32 Deg C outside now!
It's going to be a scorcher today


Got to 44.1 in Melbourne today (or 45.3 in the Melbourne Suburb of
Laverton). Overnight low was 26.8.

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Got to 44.1 in Melbourne today (or 45.3 in the Melbourne Suburb of
Laverton). Overnight low was 26.8.


46 in Werribee, out the front under a tree (with a can) with the northerly
blowing.

Yesterday was soooooo hot.....

Gerard




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