Donald Hodel

emeritus environmental and landscape horticulture advisor at the University of California Cooperative Extension

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Don’t worry, an environmental horticulturist tells KCRW the LA icons “still have many good years ahead of them.” Still, we might want to start thinking about their replacements.

LA’s palm trees are ‘senior citizens.’ How many years do they have left?

Don’t worry, an environmental horticulturist tells KCRW the LA icons “still have many good years ahead of them.” Still, we might want to start thinking about their replacements.

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