Fish Tail Palm

Fish Tail Palm
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Fish Tail Palm Fish Tail Palm
Name: Fish Tail Palm
Common Name: Fish Tail Palm
Botanical Name: Caryota Urens
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This clump-growing group of palms has medium green leaf blades which are divided into many segments, each of which resembles the tail of a fancy goldfish. Rarely exceeding 25 feet in height, number of species of fishtail palms produces suckers from the base creating a very attractive specimen palm. Its neat habit makes it ideal for use at poolside, in urns or other containers, and it is often seen in well- lit interiorscapes where its distinct form lends a tropical effect. It can be used as a house plant in large homes with plenty of light. This palm can be planted in the container or above-ground planter; suitable for growing indoors; near a deck or patio; screen; specimen. Fishtail Palms can thrive in light conditions from full sun to deep shade, requiring only that its soil be well-drained and reasonably fertile. It has a moderate to rapid growth rate and should be located outdoors in sheltered location protected from cold.

 

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Type: Palm, Outdoor Palm, specimen, Pool side Palm, Container Palm.
Exposure: Full Sun
Conditions: Semi-Hard
Flowering Time: Inconspicuous and not showy; spring flowering; summer flowering
Habit: Medium Growing
Foliage: Canopy of fronds of Fishtail shaped leaves.
Drought Tolerance: moderate
Salt tolerance: low
Light: Tree grows in full sun to semi shade
Temperature: 7-50 °C
Sensitive to: young plants are more cold sensitive.
Watering: Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater
requires consistently moist soil; do not let dry out between waterings.
Repotting: This is a problem free palm. Only repot when this palm is completely pot bound. Palms often have shallow root systems, and they don't appreciate being disturbed. Large Palms can be placed in 20-24 inch pot.
Problems: Almost problem free plant in ground. Over-irrigation and rainy weather could initiate root rot. In containers, too much water causes root rot.
Max.Height: 15 to 25 feet
 
 

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