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Archontophoenix myolensis

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This great bluish-crowned Archontophoenix, close to cunninghamiana for its foliage, and to alexandrae for its flowering, is highly threatened in its natural habitat in the Australian state of Queensland. For collectors. -4°C. Available in 4-litre pots, 40/50 cm, and 15-litre pots (1 m 60).

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35,00 € tax incl.

  • 4 litres
  • 15 litres

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Origin of Archontophoenix myolensis

Endemic to the Australian state of Queensland, where its population is threatened along a river (Kuranda)

Hardiness of Archontophoenix myolensis

-4°C

Description of Archontophoenix myolensis

This great blue-crowned Archontophoenix, close to cunninghamiana for its foliage, and to alexandrae for its flowering, is highly threatened in its natural habitat in the Australian state of Queensland. For collectors.

How to grow of Archontophoenix myolensis

Place it in a pot in bright but not direct light or in the semi-shade, away from the wind, and bring it in in winter. It can also stay inside. The soil must be drained, but it requires abundant watering.

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Leaves:evergreen
Flowers:yes
Edible:no
Fragrant:no
Cold-hardiness (take the lowest T° indicated)- 5°C (23°F)
Exposure:partial shade
Exposure:Indoor/conservatory
Can be grown in a container:yes

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04/20/2019

Magnifique palmier

Palmier très élégant, je le laisse à l'intérieur en retrait d'une baie vitrée. Il consomme beaucoup d'eau l'été et pousse vite, facile d'entretien je conseille.

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    Archontophoenix myolensis

    Archontophoenix myolensis

    This great bluish-crowned Archontophoenix, close to cunninghamiana for its foliage, and to alexandrae for its flowering, is highly threatened in its natural habitat in the Australian state of Queensland. For collectors. -4°C. Available in 4-litre pots, 40/50 cm, and 15-litre pots (1 m 60).

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