Pinanga gracilis
Himalayan Pinanga palm

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 Pinanga gracilis






Cold Hardiness: 

Near freezing, mid to upper 30 F.

Trunk type:

Thin trunk, thus the name.

Leaf type:

Pinnate (feather shape), fairly long for the size of the trunk.


Suckering (multiple trunk).


Good grower

Speed of growth:



10 feet plus

Soil requirements:

Rich, good draining.

Sun Requirements:

Filtered light or shade.

General Description:

A nice suckering Pinanga that has proven fairly cold hardy and might be a good new introduction.  It has slender trunks with orange fruit.  

Other Notes:

Rare palm.

Further Data:

Nowadays, almost impossible to find.

Palm for sale/Availability:

Click here to view the current price list.


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