Brahea edulis

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Brahea edulis

Guadaloupe Palm

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Guadaloupe Palm is similar in many respects to Brahea armata. It grows a fat trunk and has similarly shaped leaves, only this time in a mid-green colour rather than blue. It is also a good deal faster in growth, enjoying plenty of irrigation in summer. Temperatures much below -8C cause unsightly frost damage to the leaves and in colder regions Brahea edulis is perhaps better grown in the sunny conservatory or greenhouse. In the milder garden it is a valuable and imposing specimen palm, not requiring too much heat to thrive.

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Delivered on time as promised. Absolutely delighted with this specimen, approx. 1.4m high and a beautiful tree, much better than I expected.

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Bought a beautiful speciment 10 yrs ago who is doing exceptionally well in a sheltered raised bed close to our boiler house, so I guess it gets a warm foot. Have never even covered it over the winter and it has survived the harsh winters of 2009/2010/2011 with trooping colours. It has grown 5x bigger in that time and I can only recommend this beauty. Given this earlier mentioned bed has a high clay content, this palm is easier than B. armata, which hates a wet foot. A rare and super plant!!

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Bought a beautiful speciment 10 yrs ago who is doing exceptionally well in a sheltered raised bed close to our boiler house, so I guess it gets a warm foot. Have never even covered it over the winter and it has survived the harsh winters of 2009/2010/2011 with trooping colours. It has grown 5x bigger in that time and I can only recommend this beauty. Given this earlier mentioned bed has a high clay content, this palm is easier than B. armata, which hates a wet foot. A rare and super plant!!

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5

Bought a beautiful speciment 10 yrs ago who is doing exceptionally well in a sheltered raised bed close to our boiler house, so I guess it gets a warm foot. Have never even covered it over the winter and it has survived the harsh winters of 2009/2010/2011 with trooping colours. It has grown 5x bigger in that time and I can only recommend this beauty. Given this earlier mentioned bed has a high clay content, this palm is easier than B. armata, which hates a wet foot. A rare and super plant!!

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