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Endemic to Mexico, an interesting palm with large beautiful green palms. -8 to -12°C (18 to 10°F). Available in 35-litre pots (30-cm trunk, total height 1 m 80).
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Erythea edulis, Guadalupe palm.p
This palm is endemic to Guadalupe Island, Mexico, where it is threatened and almost extinct, because of wild goats that were introduced onto the island: they eat the seedlings and fruit.
The leaves are damaged at -8°C (18°F), but mature plants can withstand -12°C (10°F). It grows faster than other Brahea, which enables it to grow a new foliage if it has been damaged.
It closely resembles its cousin Brahea armata, minus the bluish colour. It has strong features:a thick trunk, beautiful giant tough green palms, a very ornemental flowering ans edible fruit.
Place it in full sun, with moderate watering.
Edulis means edible; the flesh is mealy, yet sweet and pleasant.
|Cold-hardiness (take the lowest T° indicated)||- 5°C (23°F)|
|Cold-hardiness (take the lowest T° indicated)||-10°C (14°F)|