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Jubaea chilensis - Chilean Wine Palm


Jubaea chilensis - Chilean Wine Palm (Jubaea chilensis - Chilean Wine Palm)

A freshly trimmed Chilean wine palm at the Catamaran Resort, San Diego, CA. Photo taken Feb. 23, 2013.



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A beauty Palmate Great picture

10 Mar, 2013

 

Thanks! I love Chilean Wine Palms! It has the largest girth of any palm, known in the world.

I've seen photos of this palm growing in southern England. It's an extremely hardy palm. Some forms have been known to survive temps down to 5ºF (-15ºC) with minimal damage.

11 Mar, 2013

 

It might be worth a try then :-)

11 Mar, 2013

 

Yes, it's painfully slow-growing, though. Most seedlings planted now would be for future generations to enjoy.

This tree is probably 100 years old, possibly older. I'm sure it was moved to this spot.

11 Mar, 2013



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