Can be used as an avenue tree or planted in groups of staggered heights. This tree is a desirable alternative to other tall, cold hardy, palmate palms due to its insect and disease resistance.
Up to 50′ H
Single upright trunk with full canopy
Tolerates a wide range of soils; prefers good drainage
Prefers even moisture, will tolerate occasional flooding, and will tolerate drought after establishment
Zones 9 – 11 (sometimes 8B)
Leaflets on the fronds are very thin and ribbon-like giving this palm a unique, almost weeping appearance. Old petioles eventually fall exposing attractive rings remaining from the old petiole bases.