THE MOST COLD HARDY PALM KNOWN !!
This rare, small native palm to the S.E. U.S. In low, damp shady , ravines, or wooded swampy areas. Plants are dioecious, so need both sexes for viable seed. This small palm is almost trunk-less; 3-5ft. with multiple stems, sometimes only one stem. The stems are wrapped in black fiber with needles interwoven in the fibers. Leaves are palmate, a dark green above, silvery-gray below. The leaf stems are un-armed with leaves being 1.5 to 2ft wide. This palm is ideal for colder climates with warm, wet summers. Plant in full sun, or in full shade. Water well. They do well in containers, and will grow in a wide variety of soils. These palms are being grown in colder areas of the world where no other palm can grow.

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