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Trachycarpus fortunei

Chusan windmill palm

Moderate leaf loss
Trachycarpus fortunei
  • Solitary
  • Hardy to -15 °C
The only palm that grows well in our climate and tolerates our winters very well. It's nearly always sufficient to simply loosely pack it (particularly the growth point) in the winter. Different forms may be found in the trade. I prefer the so called 'Nanking'-variety with flat and tight leaves. This palm should be planted in every exotic garden! Prices are average and subject to plantquality and containersize.
This plant can be found in the botanical garden in the following locations:
Vivax grove
Camellia-border
Jubaea-border
Max 5m
Clumping
Sizes and prices  Seedlings from €5, trunked from € 19,50 and then around € 2,50 per cm trunk Full price list

Trachycarpus manipur

Some leaf loss
Trachycarpus manipur
  • Solitary
  • Hardy to -10 °C
Recently discovered high in the Naga Hills, India. This palm is only moderately hardy, the rather large, stiff leaves are similiar to those of Tr. princeps. Maybe something very special - maybe not ... only seedlings available. Interesting palm for people who enjoy experimenting with new species.
This plant can be found in the botanical garden in the following locations:
Phormium border
Max 2m
Clumping
Sizes and prices  Available on request Full price list

Trachycarpus princeps

Stone gate palm

Leaf loss
Trachycarpus princeps
  • Hardy to -10 °C
Recently discovered Trachycarpus palm with bluish leaves, less hardy than T. fortunei. Due to little hardiness no longer available. Larger plants are illegally collected in the wild and therefore not offered here. Rare Palm Seeds has sold princeps-seeds in 2003-2004 of yet another Trachy, probably related to Tr. martianus. These seedlings are named Tr. princeps 'RPS-form' or 'sp. Nova'; they have green leaves - not bluish.Max 3m
Clumping
Sizes and prices  Available on request Full price list

Trachycarpus princeps x wagnerianus

Evergreen
Trachycarpus princeps x wagnerianus
  • Tub plant
  • Solitary
  • Mediterranean
  • Border plant
  • Hardy to -15 °C
Seedlings from this interesting cross between the blue leaved princeps and the much hardier wagnerianus with stiff leaves available from 2018 on (one per customer)
This plant can be found in the botanical garden in the following locations:
Mountain banana collection
Under the Oak
Max 2m
Clumping
Sizes and prices  9cm pot €8,50 11 cm pot €12,50, 2Liter=€15, 3L=€22,50, 5L=€27,50, 7L=€32,50, 12L=€37,50, 25L=€57,50 Full price list

Trachycarpus sp. Khumaon

Evergreen
Trachycarpus sp. Khumaon
Probably the very hardiest Trachycarpus and the true takil. Essential for palmlovers and exotic gardens!
This plant can be found in the botanical garden in the following locations:
Yellow Magnolia border
 
Sizes and prices  Available on request Full price list

Trachycarpus sp. Nova

Evergreen
Trachycarpus sp. Nova
  • Solitary
  • Mediterranean
  • Hardy to -15 °C
This is the fastest growing Trachycarpus and is admired for its graceful, long leaves. Closely related to Tr. Fortunei but slightly less hardy
This plant can be found in the botanical garden in the following locations:
Mountain banana collection
Max 5m
Clumping
Sizes and prices  Seedlings from €5, trunked from € 19,50 and then around € 2,50 per cm trunk Full price list

Trachycarpus wagnerianus

Short-leaved Chusan palm

Evergreen
Trachycarpus wagnerianus
  • Solitary
  • Hardy to -15 °C
This palm has short and tight leaves and remains for the first few years somewhat smaller than the similar T. fortunei. Grows better in unprotected areas than other Trachycarpus-varieties. Young plants and bigger specimens available. Hybrids under the name 'Takaghi' are sometimes available.
This plant can be found in the botanical garden in the following locations:
In container
Max 3m
Clumping
Sizes and prices  Seedlings from €5, trunked from € 19,50 and then around € 2,50 per cm trunk Full price list

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