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Phoenix Canariensis Canary Island Date Palm

6" plant 2 years old of this beautiful Canary Island Date Palm (Phoenix Canariensis) also called: Pineapple palm. Grows in sunny, well drained soil. Moderate grower to 30-50 feet. It can be cultivated where temperatures never fall below -10/-12 ?C, although it will require some protection if cold periods are longer than normal. This is one of the most beautiful and expensive palms and if you can have only one, this should be the one
Phoenix Canariensis Canary Island Date Palm

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A 6 inch plant which is 2 years old. This Canary Island Date Palm Phoenix Canariensis is also called Pineapple palm. It grows in sunny well drained soil. Moderate grower from 30 to 50 feet. It can be cultivated where temperatures never fall below minus 10C or 14F, although it will require some protection if cold periods are longer than normal. This is one of the most beautiful palms and if you can have only one, this should be it.



Phoenix dactylifera True Date Palm

fresh seeds of this beautiful Phoenix dactylifera or true date palm cultivated for its edible sweet fruit.   It is a large-sized plant, 40-100 feet tall, often clumped with several plants from a single root system, but often growing singly as well. The full span of the crown ranges from 20-30 feet. Hardiness  USDA Zones 9 - 11. Zone 8 palm enthusiast grow them in sheltered location but occasional freeze damage to foliage can be expected. Also a popular ornamental, the date palm graces landscapes anywhere freezing temperatures are non-existent or of brief duration.  Although a drought resistant desert plant, the date palm has deep roots that typically seek out subterranean water sources. Provide regular irrigation for best look and faster growth. fresh seeds of this beautiful Phoenix dactylifera or true date palm cultivated for its edible sweet fruit.   It is a large-sized plant, 40-100 feet tall, often clumped with several plants from a single root system, but often growing singly as well. The full span of the crown ranges from 20-30 feet. Hardiness  USDA Zones 9 - 11. Zone 8 palm enthusiast grow them in sheltered location but occasional freeze damage to foliage can be expected. Also a popular ornamental, the date palm graces landscapes anywhere freezing temperatures are non-existent or of brief duration.  Although a drought resistant desert plant, the date palm has deep roots that typically seek out subterranean water sources. Provide regular irrigation for best look and faster growth.
Phoenix dactylifera True Date Palm

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Seeds from this Phoenix dactylifera or true date palm cultivated for its edible sweet fruit. It is a large sized plant, 40 to 100 feet tall, often clumped with several plants from a single root system, but often growing singly as well. The full span of the crown ranges from 20 to 30 feet. Hardiness USDA Zones 9 to 11. Zone 8 palm enthusiast grow them in sheltered location but occasional freeze damage to foliage can be expected. Also a popular ornamental, the date palm graces landscapes anywhere freezing temperatures are non existent or of brief duration. Although a drought resistant desert plant, the date palm has deep roots that typically seek out subterranean water sources. Provide regular irrigation for best look and faster growth.



Phoenix roebelenii Pygmy Date Palm

seeds- Pygmy date palm or Phoenix roebelenii grow slowly reaching heights of 8-10 ft. The stem is covered with old leaf bases and is topped with a dense head of bright green pinnate leaves that grow to about 4 ft in length. Cream colored flowers are on short, 1 ft inflorescences and are followed by small black dates on the female plants. Although this palm is single stemmed most of the time you see it grouped in 3 or 5 per planting. When grouped like this, the stems tend to curve away from the center of the clump creating an especially attractive grouping especially as at a garden entrance.seeds- Pygmy date palm or Phoenix roebelenii grow slowly reaching heights of 8-10 ft. The stem is covered with old leaf bases and is topped with a dense head of bright green pinnate leaves that grow to about 4 ft in length. Cream colored flowers are on short, 1 ft inflorescences and are followed by small black dates on the female plants. Although this palm is single stemmed most of the time you see it grouped in 3 or 5 per planting. When grouped like this, the stems tend to curve away from the center of the clump creating an especially attractive grouping especially as at a garden entrance.
Phoenix roebelenii Pygmy Date Palm

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Pygmy date palm or Phoenix roebelenii grow slowly reaching heights of 8 to 10 feet. The stem is covered with old leaf bases and is topped with a dense head of bright green pinnate leaves that grow to about 4 ft in length. Cream colored flowers are on short, 1 ft inflorescence and are followed by small black dates on the female plants. Although this palm is single stemmed most of the time you see it grouped in 3 or 5 per planting. When grouped like this, the stems tend to curve away from the center of the clump creating an especially attractive grouping especially as at a garden entrance.



Phoenix sylvestris Silver Date Palm

fresh seeds of this beautiful Phoenix sylvestris, silver date palm  or sugar date palm.  Grows in sunny, well drained soil. Moderate grower to 40  feet. Hardy in zones 8b-11.It is similar to canariensis but not as massive. It's faster growing with a large leaf crown. Petioles are tinged in orange. This palm is an excellent choice for those who live in hot and cold areas.  This palm is tolerant of most soil conditions, but would prefer a quick draining soil fresh seeds of this beautiful Phoenix sylvestris, silver date palm  or sugar date palm.  Grows in sunny, well drained soil. Moderate grower to 40  feet. Hardy in zones 8b-11.It is similar to canariensis but not as massive. It's faster growing with a large leaf crown. Petioles are tinged in orange. This palm is an excellent choice for those who live in hot and cold areas.  This palm is tolerant of most soil conditions, but would prefer a quick draining soil
Phoenix sylvestris Silver Date Palm

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Seeds from this Phoenix sylvestris, silver date palm or sugar date palm. Grows in sunny, well drained soil. Moderate grower to 40 feet. Hardy in zones 8b to 11. It is similar to canariensis but not as massive. It is faster growing with a large leaf crown. Petioles are tinged in orange. This palm is an excellent choice for those who live in hot and cold areas. This palm is tolerant of most soil conditions, but would prefer a quick draining soil.



Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm

Seeds of Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm. From the rainforests of Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Ptychosperma elegans is a solitary palm, usually to about 20 feet tall, although taller is not uncommon. The slender trunk is grey, prominently ringed and has a relatively short, green crownshaft. Leaves are pinnate, about 6" in length and dark green with the usual Ptychosperma jagged ended leaflets. They like a moist, well draining soil and, although fairly tropical in their requirements, adapt well to pot culture and low light making them increasingly popular as an indoor palm. Ptychosperma elegans has been known to survive mild frosts and will survive in some warm temperate areas, particularly with the protection of some overhead canopy. Given sufficient heat, water and fertilizer, they are a fast growing palm and their slender trunks and relatively compact crown make them ideal for smaller areas and group plantings. They will tolerate full sun. Zones 9-11. Seeds of Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm. From the rainforests of Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Ptychosperma elegans is a solitary palm, usually to about 20 feet tall, although taller is not uncommon. The slender trunk is grey, prominently ringed and has a relatively short, green crownshaft. Leaves are pinnate, about 6" in length and dark green with the usual Ptychosperma jagged ended leaflets. They like a moist, well draining soil and, although fairly tropical in their requirements, adapt well to pot culture and low light making them increasingly popular as an indoor palm. Ptychosperma elegans has been known to survive mild frosts and will survive in some warm temperate areas, particularly with the protection of some overhead canopy. Given sufficient heat, water and fertilizer, they are a fast growing palm and their slender trunks and relatively compact crown make them ideal for smaller areas and group plantings. They will tolerate full sun. Zones 9-11.
Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm

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Seeds from Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm. From the rainforests of Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Ptychosperma elegans is a solitary palm, usually to about 20 feet tall, although taller is not uncommon. The slender trunk is grey, prominently ringed and has a relatively short, green crown shaft. Leaves are pinnate, about 6 inches in length and dark green with the usual Ptychosperma jagged ended leaflets. They like a moist, well draining soil and, although fairly tropical in their requirements, adapt well to pot culture and low light making them increasingly popular as an indoor palm. Ptychosperma elegans has been known to survive mild frosts and will survive in some warm temperate areas, particularly with the protection of some overhead canopy. Given sufficient heat, water and fertilizer, they are a fast growing palm and their slender trunks and relatively compact crown make them ideal for smaller areas and group plantings. They will tolerate full sun. Zones 9 to 11.



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