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Complete fertiliser package£49.95
1 x bottle Palmbooster 300ml
1 x 2kg tub slow release fertiliser
1x 2kg tub soluble fertiliser
2 x 1 litre bottles of Palm Focus
12x12x20 square pot 2.4 litreFrom £0.55
2.4 litre anti spiral deep square pot
Cactus Focus 300ml Bottle£3.99
300 ml Bottle
15x15x20 deep square pot 3 litreFrom £0.55
anti spiral pot 3.5 litre
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
18x18x23 deep square pot 6.5 litreFrom £0.90
Deep square pot, anti-spiral , 6.5 Litres.
Heavy duty potFrom £0.75
Heavy duty pot.
Quality Italian made.
Heavy duty extra deepFrom £1.50
Extra deep heavy duty pots.
Syagrus romanzoffiana Santa CatarinaFrom £10.00
The most cold tolerant and fastest growing queen palm, due its provenance in the mountains of south Brasil, where frosts are seen every winter.<br />This queen palm is also a large variant of the species.<br />It is much sought after because of its provenance.
Hardyish clumping palm from South Brasil. Should survive several degrees of frost without problem.
The biggest, most spectacular, and cold hardiest of the feather palms. The most southerly growing of the south american palms in Chile where winters are regularly freezing and cold.
Our palms are premium quality pot grown, not field grown.
Butyagrus nabonnandii , a cross between Butia odorata and Syagrus romanzoffiana.
Butia capitata (odorata)From £89.00
The most common Butia in cultivation.
Common to south tip of Brazil and Uruguay , it grows to more than 10m trunk height and is the largest and one of the cold hardiest of the Butia family.
Commonly called capitata within the trade, it correct name is Butia odorata.
Trachycarpus other side£29.95
A new Trachycarpus from China ,close to border with North Burma, adults look similar to princeps but young plants resemble Trachycarpus ’nova’. Habitat photos show the leaves white underneath and divided to half way. Unfortunately we cant provide more detail other than the photo from which seeds were collected.
We have observed that in the nursery wild nova plants are growing with more delicate leaves and more silver to back of leaf, these plants by comparison appear a little more robust with a tighter fibre around the trunk base, although they may end up being much the same as wild novas, only time will tell
In my opinion this palm is not same as Trachycarpus nova wild although the differences may be subtle enough that it is one for the purists only. Seed may not become available again it was only available on the one occasion.
Trachycarpus novaFrom £9.95
A wild occurring Trachycarpus growing near to Trachycarpus princeps in China.Botanically very close to fortunei.
Probably the fastest growing of the Trachycarpus family , resembling Trachycarpus martianus when larger.
Seems slightly less cold hardy than fortunei, but recovers extremely rapidly.
Photos are of a plant in habitat.