Other Cold Hardy Palms
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Chamaerops humilis vulcanoFrom £17.95
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.
Brahea armataFrom £39.95
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 £39.95
The fastest growing of the Braheas and can grow well in milder parts of the UK.<br />There are several established plants of good size along the milder coasts of the UK. Hardy to around -7C before it needs protecting.
Rhapidophylum hystrixFrom £25.00
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
Trithrinax campestrisFrom £39.95
Extremely hardy Trithrinax from Argentina, with leaves like corrugated iron and armed with ferocious spines.<br />Cold hardy to -10C and can survive all but the most severe winter weather in the UK.
Sabal minorFrom £39.95
One of the worlds cold hardiest palms , survives the UK climate but rather slow growing.
Available as singles doubles and triples, planting 3 plants together compensates for the lack of leaves produced in the UK climate so it gives a much fuller tropical effect.
Beautiful blue Sabal, extremely cold hardy.<br />Should be grown more widely.