This species of exotic palm is from the island of Madagascar. It is the third of three Beccariophoenix species described from this palm-loaded country. It is so sought after because some feel that it’s the prettiest species of the three. And, because it may possess the best cold hardiness. I’ve documented other Beccariophoenix species tolerating temperatures below 25 degrees at our nursery. So, this species may survive in areas like San Francisco, Phoenix and Houston. It grows to a height of about thirty feet and does not have a crown shaft. Leaves are long and minimally curved. The crown of leaves are densely placed – so it offers privacy and screening of neighbors. Growth rate is medium in most areas and along the coast it likes sun. This species is hard to find. We are offering on Special some massive 36 inch boxed specimens that are over fourteen feet tall in the box. They require delivery b/c of their size. This size is shown in the first eight photos below followed by one picture of our 15g size. The habitat photos are c/o TS at RPS and the local specimen is growing in San Diego. Only one or two left for sale. The 9th photo is our 15 gallon size which we’re sold out of. But, we do have about six 25 gallon on sale – see further below.