Sabal Minor, also known as Dwarf Palmetto, are plentiful in Hundred Acre Hollows. In fact, they line the sides of some of the basins as if they had all been planted in a row. One explanation we heard is that the basins used to have water in them. When the water receded, the seeds stayed along the sides of the basins. There are some Sabal palms that have gopher tortoise burrows right next to them.
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