Jubaea chilensis
Chilean wine palm, coquito palm

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 Jubaea chilensis photo






Cold Hardiness: 

About 15 F.

Trunk type:

Very large but clean.

Leaf type:





Easy in the right area; just step back and wait a long time.

Speed of growth:



80 feet plus

Soil requirements:

Average moisture and good drainage.

Sun Requirements:

Full sun except at seedling stage.

General Description:

A massively portly palm with a beautiful crown that grown unbelievably slow.   Largest trunk of any palm.  The plants shown here are about 25 years old.  

Other Notes:

Plant these for you grandkids!  Very valuable when they trunk.  Can be transplanted, thus the potential for profit.

Further Data:

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