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Phoenix roebelenii

Pygmy Date Palm

Phoenix roebelenii is a common palm that grows well in whether it is in full sun, partial shade, or indoors. It remains relatively small into maturity making it a great focal point when working with limited space. We grow these as single and multi-trunk specimen.

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Phoenix roebelenii

Pygmy Date Palm

Phoenix roebelenii is a common palm that grows well in whether it is in full sun, partial shade, or indoors. It remains relatively small into maturity making it a great focal point when working with limited space. We grow these as single and multi-trunk specimen.

Key Plant details

Cold Tolerance:

26°F

Growth Rate:

Slow

Total Height:

12 ft (3.7 m) tall

Habit:

Solitary trunks

Leaf Structure:

3-6 ft (0.9-1.8 m) long, pinnate

Canopy size:

6-10 ft (1.8-3.0 m) wide

Trunk width:

3 inches (8 cm) thick

Exposure:

Full sun or shade

Soil requirements:

Well-drained, but adaptable

Tolerances:

Low to moderate drought tolerance, low salt tolerance

Reproduction:

Monoecious, polycarpic

Water usage:

Low to Moderate

HEat requirement:

Full sun or shade

Hazards:

Thorns along leaf, leaflets unarmed

Native origin:

Further Reading:

Designing with Palms, Jason Dewees

What makes our plants so special? Our location on the cliffs of Santa Barbara receives over 280 days of sunshine a year and we utilize our indigenous soil, mixing it with a specialized amendment. Our plants are routinely watered, fertilized, and trimmed. We always aid our plants to proper health when needs arise, and we do so without the use of sprays.

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