I’m down to the last few of the large 15g that we’re offering for sale on this, the Chilean Wine Palm. These plants are approaching ten years old from seed! As most know, they are unbearably slow to grow and getting a nice plant as shown in the first four photos seems to take forever. Try it yourself some day from seed. You’ll know why it takes a decade to produce a nice sized Jubaea. Interestingly enough, we ship a lot of this sized Chilean Wine Palms to people in colder states like Texas and South Carolina. This size are not the biggest 15g we offer, but fairly old and very nice. Typical basal trunk diameter is four to six inches on this batch. I do have massive 15g that are 10 inches in diameter, but they cost more. This size is an affordable size for people who want to save a lot of years of growing time.
Ultimate height can reach at least forty feet (in several decades) and trunk diameter up to four feet. The leaf stems are unarmed. Seeds are large and globular as shown here. Cold hardiness in into the mid teens F. It’s a sun species, even in the desert.
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