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Foxy Lady Palms - Wodveitchia hybrid (Wodyetia x Veitchia)

Foxy Lady Palms -  Wodveitchia hybrid  (Wodyetia x Veitchia)   (Foxy Lady Palms -  Wodveitchia hybrid)

This is a gorgeous hybrid palm which has gotten very popular in Southern California over the years. It grows fast and is relatively drought-tolerant. Photo taken at Sea World San Diego on July 11, 2018.

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Are nt they just stylish they look great.

14 Jul, 2018



It's a highly ornamental palm which only grows to 30 ft (10 m) tall.

15 Jul, 2018


I would nt brake my neck looking up at them would I lol. Just a nice size then and decorative.

15 Jul, 2018


No breaking of the neck looking at these trees. lol!

16 Jul, 2018


lol 😁

16 Jul, 2018


Said to be more cold hardy then the parents..great looking palm to use in a group too.

16 Jul, 2018


Yes, it's supposedly is...not sure, though. There's many at this house about 1/2 miles from where I live. I haven't seen them lately, though.

This pic you commented on 3 years ago.

16 Jul, 2018


But,in San Diego where the species Foxtails thrives? I think I would go with that. I've seen photo's of them well watered and they carry more fronds then the hybrid.
But the F.L. is not as common so that's got it going for it.
Then too you have Royal Palms down there and everybody loves those.

21 Jul, 2018


Foxtail palms are very common here in San Diego. I think that Foxylady palms are much more ornamental, especially if they receive regular water.

Royal palm have gotten a lot more popular here. They appear to tolerate dry conditions pretty well...they look much better with regular summer water, though.

22 Jul, 2018

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