Dictyosperma album ‘conjugatum’
Common Name Hurricane Palm
Type of Plant Palm
This solitary, feather-leafed, palm is identifiable via a swollen crownshaft and slender trunk averaging 6 inches in diameter. With an overall height to only 15 feet, and a spread of 10 to 12 feet, this modest palm has gained popularity due to its ability to withstand Category 1 hurricanes. In South Florida and many other coastal locations, this combination of ornamental beauty and durability is highly prized!
Requirements This palm grows well in alkaline to acidic soils with a slow growth rate. It will tolerate brief cold snaps to the mid 20's, and tolerates salt well.
Country of Origin Mascarene Islands
Cold Tolerance 30
Sun Needs Full Sun
Water Needs Little
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