Queen Palm

Arecastrum romanzoffianum "Syagrus romanzoffiana"

The Queen Palm is among the most beautiful tropical palms that can be grown in sub-tropical regions. It is most picturesque when planted as a specimen group of individuals of varying heights, showing off its lush dark green canopy of leaves. The Queen is widely used to line avenues and streets.

Sub-Family: Arecoideae
Origin: Southern Brazil
Growth Rate: Fast
Height: 50'
Hardiness: 28F
Zones: 12, 13, 15-17, 19-24, 10A-11 USDA
Landscape Value: Vertical accent, background, street tree, and mass
Identifying Characteristics
Habit: Solitary, canopy of 15 leaves
Leaf Size: 10'-12' long leaflets 3' long 1" wide
Leaf Type: Feather, innately compound, reduplicate, arching and drooping leaflets
Foliage Color: Dark green
Trunk: Thick, gray, smooth, widely spaced rings
Petiole: 6' long, fibrous marginated, unarmed
Flower Color: White
Fruit Color: Yellow to orange
Propagation: Seed germination in 3-6 months
Gender: Separate male and female on same flower on same inflorescence

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