Warm up to the Chilean Wine Palm. This gorgeous, slow growing nut palm with the desert appeal can withstand the cold as as low as -15C making it one of the hardiest of the pinnate-leaved palm varieties. The pale green inward curving fronds leaves accentuated by a blue-grey sheen are what give this palm its character. This slow growing palm can grow up to 80 feet in height, 4 feet trunk diameter and the leaf span can spread to an impressive 20 feet. The single trunk, slow root growth and extreme drought tolerance make it an excellent candidate for container growing. Pot them up and put them on the patio, the deck, or plant them in your yard to create a relaxing southern retreat. Whatever you decide, don't be left out in the cold.
HARDINESS ZONE 8 - 11
−15 °C ( 15°F) TO +5 °C (40 °F)]
4 FT, 6 FT
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS GROWTH
[FULL TO PARTIAL SUN] [VERY SLOW]