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Brahea edulis | Guadalupe Palm

Seeds are offered here that are from Brahea edulis Guadalupe Palm. This tree is classified as endangered due to changes that have taken place on Guadalupe island. This beautiful Palm is now grown as an ornamental in many places. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
Brahea edulis | Guadalupe Palm

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Seeds are offered here that are from Brahea edulis Guadalupe Palm. This tree is classified as endangered due to changes that have taken place on Guadalupe island. This beautiful Palm is now grown as an ornamental in many places. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.



Brahea sp. Super silver Palm

Seeds of A population of Brahea found in desert Central Mexico is cultivated under this commercial name: "Super Silver". Leaves are bright silvery white with thornless leaf stalks. Very long, arching inflorescences extend well beyond the leaves. Fruits are small and black. It is native to dry, high altitude valleys around 1800 m 6000 ft. where they are one of the dominant elements of the local vegetation. It stands out in the genus because other Brahea species have spiny leaf margins.Brahea "Super Silver" has great prospects in horticolture. It is hardy to drought as well as to severe freezes and should be adaptable to a wide range of temperate climates.Zones 8-11
Brahea sp. Super silver Palm

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Rare Seeds from A population of Brahea found in desert Central Mexico is cultivated under this commercial name: "Super Silver". Leaves are bright silvery white with thornless leaf stalks. Very long, arching inflorescences extend well beyond the leaves. Fruits are small and black. It is native to dry, high altitude valleys around 1800 m 6000 ft. where they are one of the dominant elements of the local vegetation. It stands out in the genus because other Brahea species have spiny leaf margins. Brahea "Super Silver" has great prospects in horticolture. It is hardy to drought as well as to severe freezes and should be adaptable to a wide range of temperate climates. Zones 8-11



Brahea dulcis Sombrero Palm

Seeds of Brahea dulcis Sombrero Palm. A attractive and somewhat rare fan palm producing blue-green leave. Ideal for warm dry regions and is frost resistant. Very slow growing - to 20' . The fronds are finely cut and this feature gives a more delicate appearance. Produces sweet edible cherry sized fruits. Native to Guatemala and Mexico. Slow germination. It is one of the few Brahea that tolerates filtered light. Zones 8 to 11.
Brahea dulcis Sombrero Palm

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Seeds from Brahea dulcis Sombrero Palm. A attractive and somewhat rare fan palm producing blue-green leave. Ideal for warm dry regions and is frost resistant. Very slow growing - to 20' . The fronds are finely cut and this feature gives a more delicate appearance. Produces sweet edible cherry sized fruits. Native to Guatemala and Mexico. Slow germination. It is one of the few Brahea that tolerates filtered light. Zones 8 to 11.



Butia Pindo Jelly Palm

beautiful Butia Pindo (Jelly Palm). This beautiful palm is hardy in zones 7-11 and is one of the hardiest in our area. We have had repeated days in the high 20's and it has never damaged my plants large or small. The fruits on this plant have almost an apricot flavor and so make a very nice jelly. These will quickly develop into trees with 7 or 8 leaves by the end of this season. -Feel free to browse my flower photo gallery online.
Butia Pindo Jelly Palm

25 Available Now

Seeds from this Butia capitata or Jelly Palm. This palm is hardy in zones 7-11 and is one of the hardiest in our area. We have had repeated days in the high 20's and it has never damaged my plants large or small. The fruits on this plant have almost an apricot flavor and so make a very nice jelly. These will quickly develop into trees with 7 or 8 leaves by the end of this season.



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