EUROPEAN FAN PALM
Full sun. Hardy to 10° F/-12.2° C. Little to moderate water. Grows in arid areas to a height of 20 ft. with a spread of 12 ft. A highly variable feather palm, with some specimens exhibiting silver-blue upright fronds, others exhibiting arched twisting fronds.
PINDO PALM — Butia capitata
If used as container specimen, it requires bright direct light indoors. Hardy to 22° F/-6° C. This dwarf palm grows to 20 ft. tall with a 6 ft. spread. Typically grows single-trunked, but often grown together as multi-trunked specimens. Fronds are shiny green and delicate. These trees grow slowly making them perfect as a smaller landscape palm.
PYGMY DATE PALM
Hardy to 22° F/-6° C. This single-trunked tree is one of the most common landscape palms. Grows quickly to 65 ft. tall with a spread of 20 ft. Pinnate fronds.
Full sun. Hardy to 12° F/-11° C. Moderate water. This palm grows relatively quickly to about 60 ft. tall with a spread of 10-12 ft. With its deep dark green, finely divided weeping, fanned fronds, it is one of the most attractive palms in the genus.
RIBBON PALM — Livistona decipiens
PALM PHOTOS & DESCRIPTIONS
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Grows in part shade/part sun. Cold hardy and drought resistance. Triangular, fan shaped leaves ranging in color from blue-green to gray-green to grey-yellow. Multiple trunks surrounding the main trunk may reach 10 ft. in width and a height of 15 ft.
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