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PHOENIX PHOENIX

PHOENIX CANARIENSIS - Single-trunked palm to 66’ or more tall, exceptionally tall specimens can be up to 120’. The trunk is 2-3’ in diameter, often with a much wider base. Rounded crown of dark green feather leaves 18’ long. Like all Phoenix, has long, extremely sharp spines at the bases of the leaves, which are formed from modified leaflets. The species has separate male and female trees. The fruit are orange, with large seed; the fruit pulp when ripe is edible, but too thin to be worth eating. Photo by Kelley MacDonald.


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SEAFORTHIA SEAFORTHIA

SEAFORTHIA ELEGANS - This palm is fast growing garden plant. It is also one of the most elegant indoor palms. It prefers well-drained fertile, organic, nutrient-laden soils except those that are constantly soggy. Including those that are neutral, acidic, clayey and slightly alkaline. It prefers regular watering and should be watered before the soil completely dries. Don't let sit in water. Indoor, potted should not be over-watered. Outside grow best in half sun and tolerating direct sun only after about five years old. Young specimens need protection from direct sunlight and grow best in shady to partly shady locations. For safe cultivation normal temperatures should not go below 5°. Zones 9b – 11. Keep out of high, drying cold winds.


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TRACHYCARPUS TRACHYCARPUS

TRACHYCARPUS FORTUNEI - Beautifully compact very cold hardy palm. Astonishingly well suited for containers and will easily enjoy space on a patio or porch. Grows to 40’ feet tall. The trunk is relatively slender however is covered thickly in dark brown fibers. Leaves are deep green and can reach 3’ in diameter. Containerized palm bring inside for winter months. Most will survive a very light frost and quickly return to normal in spring. In the northern end of their zone should be brought indoors or protected with mulch during winter months. Fertilize sparingly at least 6” away from the base, tri-annually with a slow time release 15-5-10. Unfertilized they will tend to grow slowly. Zones 7b-11, requires 80-100% sunlight. Depending on your location full sun is best, should be brought indoors or protected during the winter months.


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