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Trachycarpus takagii (wagnerianus x fortunei)£19.95
A fabulous Trachycarpus, combines the best of fortunei and wagnerianus. They can look quite spectacular with medium sized stiff symetrical leaves.
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.
Butia capitata (odorata)£79.00
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.
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.
Trachycarpus Naini Tal£29.95
A fabulous Trachycarpus, seemingly the cold hardiest and most robust form of fortunei, that survives the most extreme of cold.
Normally somewhat vigorous, it grows into a wonderful palm suited to most parts of the UK. Our larger size is grown from same batch of seeds as the sp khumoan sold by a competitor although in our opinion it is a naini tal.