Trachycarpus fortunei (Regular 45 litre 125-150 cm Specimen 1)
Chusan Palm 

Trachycarpus fortunei (Regular 45 litre 125-150 cm Specimen 1)
Common name

Chusan Palm

Group

Palms

Family

Arecaceae

Description

Chusan Palm. A single-stemmed palm with large fan-shaped dark green leaves. Small yellow flowers emerge close to the leaf bases in early summer. The hardiest palm in Britain. Max Height 20m. Max Spread 2.5m. Flowers June. Full sun/partial shade. Frost hardy. Back-fill with soil mixed with peat substitute and a suitable fertiliser.

Characteristics

Growth habit
Single stemmed; Cycad or similar tree
Fragrance
No
Hardiness
Frost hardy
Toxicity
CAUTION toxic if eaten

Size

Growth speed
Slow
Ultimate height
20m
Ultimate spread
2.5m

Colour

Flowers
Yellow in June
Foliage
Green - Evergreen
Fruit
White in September
 

Growing your plants

Aspect
Full sun/partial shade Shelter from cold drying winds
Soil
Fertile
Moisture
Well drained
Propagation
Stem cuttings
Usage
Specimen
Planting
Back-fill with soil mixed with peat substitute and a suitable fertiliser

Caring for your plants

Pruning
Winter; Only prune if required to keep shape
Maintenance
Mulch; Feed
Care
Keep moist in first year
Pests & diseases
Aphids; Scale

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Regular 45 litre 125-150 cm --- £195.25 £ 2