Brahea armata

Common Name Mexican Blue Palm
Type of Plant Palm

This palm is clustering with bluish-gray, palmate leaves. It is also sometimes referred to as the "Blue Hesper Palm," and can grow to 45 feet tall. It is adaptable to a variety of habitats, and a slow grower.

Requirements Preferring full sun, the Mexican Blue Palm can survive cold snaps in the winter and is drought tolerant in the summer. It is happiest in well drained soils.
Country of Origin Mexico
Cold Tolerance 30
Sun Needs Full Sun
Water Needs Little
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