Trachycarpus, Windmill Palm
|Exposure: Partial to Full Sun|
Color: Yellow blooming
|Category : Palm|
|Sizes available: 5G 15G 30G|
Windmill Palm has an evergreen foliage is unique and attractive in winter.
It is typically grown in organically rich, moderate fertile, moist and well
drained soil in full sun to pat shade, but this palm is happier in part shade.
We recommend to protect your Windmill palm from winter winds. It brings
tropical flair in to the landscape, usually used in entrances or doorway.
Growth: This palm can reach up to 40’ in height. You can find 3’ wide leaves.
It is typically grown in organically rich, moderately fertile, evenly moist but well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best performance is in part shade.
Site in protected locations that are sheltered from winter winds.
Mature plants will usually survive 10 degree F. It could eventually grow
in large containers overwintered indoors.
Blooming: Attractive yellowish flowers in drooping panicles bloom in summer,
female flowers give way to dark blue drupes.
Water: Windmill palms like most soil, so they do need to be watered on
a regular basis. However, avoid over-watering, as excessive moisture can
lead to root rot. 1 or 2 times per week is recommended.