This species of Royal Palm is native to the lower Caribbean Islands and northern South America. References say it can reach heights of sixty feet but I’ve personally seen a grove of 100 year old trees in New Caledonia that surpass 100 feet. They are fast growing, have green leaves, a prominent crown shaft and hold their leaves typically in the upper half of the leaf-crown sphere. In other ways, this species is quite similar to the classic Cuban Royal Palm. They want sun and are cold hardy to about 25 degrees F. The size shown here on Special is in a 25 gallon pot and at least ten feet tall in its pot.
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