Palm plant

SKU#:
GH-00030
Rs3,000
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  • Common Name: Canary Island date palm
  • Type: Palm 
  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Native Range: Canary Islands
  • Zone: 9 to 11
  • Height: 40.00 to 60.00 feet
  • Spread: 20.00 to 40.00 feet
  • Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer
  • Bloom Description: Creamy white to pale yellow
  • Sun: Full sun
  • Water: Medium
  • Maintenance: Medium
  • Flower: Showy
  • Leaf: Evergreen
  • Fruit: Showy
  • Other: Winter Interest
  • Tolerate: Drought
  • Culture

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Description

DESCRIPTION

 

Common Name: Canary Island date palm

 

Type: Palm or Cycad

 

Family: Arecaceae

 

Native Range: Canary Islands

 

Zone: 9 to 11

 

Height: 40.00 to 60.00 feet

 

Spread: 20.00 to 40.00 feet

 

Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer

 

Bloom Description: Creamy white to pale yellow

 

Sun: Full sun

 

Water: Medium

 

Maintenance: Medium

 

Flower: Showy

 

Leaf: Evergreen

 

Fruit: Showy

 

Other: Winter Interest

 

Tolerate: Drought

 

Culture

 

Winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-11 where this date palm is best grown in fertile, medium moisture, well drained soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade. Although this palm will withstand some frost in winter, it is likely to suffer significant frond damage or die when temperatures dip to 20 degrees F. Best with deep and even moisture. Established plants have respectable drought tolerance. Plants will naturalize to the point of being invasive in some growing conditions (seed floats down watercourses or seed is spread by bird populations). Invasive spread has been observed in southern California where plants have invaded watercourses, orchards, coastlines and to a lesser extent some landscaped areas. This palm performs well in containers where much more compact growth typically occurs. Container plants often thrive in a soil based potting mix in full sun, but with some part shade during the heat of the day. In cool climates, containers may be overwintered indoors in bright but cool (55-65 degree F.) temperatures. If container soils are overwatered, leaflet tips turn yellowish-black. If container soils are underwatered, fronds will sag. Reduce watering of indoor plants in winter but do not allow soils to totally dry out. Container plants tend to remain compact for long periods of time.

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