Chamaerops humilis

Dwarf Fan Palm

C. superba 'Fire Dance'

Bushy palms, up to 2-3 m tall, 1-2 m wide, also short stem when old; forming suckers, slow-growing.

Mono- or dioecious, dense, yellow panicles, almost hidden inflorescences, up to 35 cm long, spring.

Evergreen, terminal, fanned out, 10-20, lanceolate, pointedly pinnate, up to 80 cm long, bluish to greyish green, thorny teeth on the margin of the petiole, buds edible.

Zone 9

 
Variant Height, Width or Girth in cm Price
Specimen, container grown or wire rootballed
€675.00
125-150 €675.00*
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Specimen, container grown or wire rootballed
€900.00
150-175 €900.00*
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Specimen, container grown or wire rootballed
€1,400.00
175-200 €1,400.00*
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Specimen, container grown or wire rootballed
€1,850.00
200-225 €1,850.00*
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* Preise zzgl. 7% MwSt.

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Chamerops humilis - Dwarf Fan Palm - Palmae (south-western Europe, northern Africa)
 
Habit: Bushy palms, up to 2-3 m tall, 1-2 m wide, also short stem when old; forming suckers, slow-growing.
Flowers: Mono- or dioecious, dense, yellow panicles, almost hidden inflorescences, up to 35 cm long, spring.
Fruit: Yellow, later reddish brown, round to ovoid berries, 1-3 cm long, unpalatable.
Leaves: Evergreen, terminal, fanned out, 10-20, lanceolate, pointedly pinnate, up to 80 cm long, bluish to greyish green, thorny teeth on the margin of the petiole, buds edible.
Demands: Sun to shade, protected, always frost hardy, very frost hardy in its natural habitat.
Natural habitat: Well drained, moderately nutritious, sandy-loamy, dry soil, also poor soil but slow-growing there.
Hardiness: Zone 9
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