|NATIVE TO CUBA
SPECIAL 5 GALLON SIZE The palm species shown here is the more Coccothrinax crinita. It is native to Cuba. It gets the name “Old Man Palm” because the trunk is totally covered by long tan hairs that hang down like a beard. For anyone who has grown one of the Old Man Palms, the one thing you’ll agree on is how slow they are. The 5 gallon plant shown here have taken about 7 years to produce. Seedlings take about 4 years to produce a fan leaf. One suffers through “blades of grass” for the and finally palmate leaves appear as shown here. This is a dwarf species, unlikely to get over ten feet. It loves sun and heat and is cold hardy somewhere into the mid-teens F. And, by the way, those fibers/hairs covering the trunk are its hallmark. This is a rare species to find for sale. We only have a handful of this size.
REGULAR PRICE 5 GALLON $155