comment updating ago matthew day - Americamature

In the USA, hardy palm cultivation is generally attempted from USDA zones 6b/7a southward.

Per capita hunting days produce more record book deer than any other region.

By the book and by the numbers, Alberta just plain makes good mathematical and environmental hunting sense.

Across the interior of the United States, there are reports of long term specimens that have survived north to the Ohio River, with several long term plantings in Tennessee and western North Carolina.

It appears that areas west of the Mississippi River (the southern Plains) may be too hot in summer for successful long term cultivation. They belong to several tribes of the Arecaceae, with the species listed here belonging to Tribe Areceae (Chamaedorea), Tribe Cocoeae (Butia, Jubaea) and Tribe Phoeniceae (Phoenix).

Alberta is home to three of Boone and Crockett's Top Ten typical and non-typical record setting Whitetail bucks; no other single state or province on the continent has more deer on the list!

Those who really know Whitetail deer hunting will tell you the same thing.

Some garden enthusiasts in severe cold winter areas have gone as far as heating the interiors of these winter enclosures.

As such, there are occasional reports of hardy palms be cultivated in areas with severe winters with low temperatures below −18 °C (0 °F).

Whitetails have successfully adapted to a broad range of habitat types in Alberta.

In the southern part of the province, prairie deer thrive in river bottoms, slough margins and any other "pocket" of ideal habitat they can find.

The rate at which record-class bucks have been taken in Alberta has never been higher than it's been in the last decade.

Tags: , ,