Other Cold Hardy Palms
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Parajubaea torallyi var torallyiFrom £169.00
Bolivian mountain coconut. Has proved itself surprisingly hardy in coastal locations and London when larger. One for the enthusiast willing to protect when severely cold.
Chamaerops humilisFrom £19.95
The mediteranean fan palm. Extremely tough, excellent for pots, probably the best palm for the UK after Trachycarpus
Chamaerops humilis vulcanoFrom £15.95
The most beautiful form of Chamaerops, almost spineless with beautiful small rounded leaves on short petioles. The waggie of the Chamaerops clan and hardy in all but the most extreme of winters.
Chamaerops humilis ceriferaFrom £29.95
The hardiest Chamaerops, can withstand severe cold for prolonged periods. This beautiful slow growing silver blue Chamaerops adapts well to the UK climate.
Brahea armataFrom £14.95
Mexican blue palm, extremely cold hardy and beautiful. Many survived the big freeze of 2010.
Hardy to around -9C and can withstand quite severe cold , but will need protecting in case of extended severe cold .
Brahea edulisFrom £65.00
The fastest growing of the Braheas and can grow well in milder parts of the UK. There are several established plants of good size along the milder coasts of the UK. Hardy to around -7C before it needs protecting.
A very underestimated plant.
Rhapidophylum hystrixFrom £39.95
Worlds hardiest palm from south east USA. Perfectly hardy in most of the UK, looks best in damp shade.
Slow growing and beautiful with dangerous needle like spines emerging from the trunk
Hardyish clumping palm from South Brasil. Should survive several degrees of frost without problem.