Foxtail Palm

Foxtail Palm
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Name: Foxtail Palm
Common Name: Foxtail Palm
Botanical Name: Wodyetia bifurcata
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The Foxtail palm tree is the most used landscape palm tree in the world. After being introduced to the Indian growers, the foxtail palm has gain unprecedented popularity, which has lead the foxtail palm to be widely commercially grown throughout the India. The Foxtail Palm Tree is native to Australia. The Foxtail palm has gain popularity because it is very durable and will tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions. This palm tree of medium stature, is also drought tolerant and very adaptable to many environments. The Foxtail Palm was so named because of its wonderful spiral leaves which appear as a fox’s tail. Usually with no more than seven to nine leaves to its canopy, the Foxtail Palm is a beautiful palm to have and cultivate. This palm tree will not only enhance the look of any commercial or residential area, but will also create a tropical feel to any environment.

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Type : Palm, Specimen tree
Exposure: Full Sun to partial shade
Conditions: Semi-Hard
Flowering Time: Creamy white flower, throughout the year 
Fragrant: No
Habit: Fast Growing
Foliage: Solitary. Canopy of 8-10 leaves 
Drought Tolerance: Moderate
Salt tolerance: Moderate
Light: Full sunlight
Temperature: 12-50 °C
Sensitive to: Over Watering
Watering: In cooler months, occasional waterings is needed. During the rest of the year, it's best to regularly provide a good, deep watering. Over-watering can be a concern with foxtail palms, so be sure not to give too much water at once. 
Repotting: Only repot when this palm is completely pot bound. Palms often have shallow root systems, and they don't appreciate being disturbed. 
Problems: When planted in cold climates or wet soils, the palm develops fungal disease such as crown rot or root rot and dies. Crown rot symptoms include fronds turning brown and the center stalk dying. Root rot develops when the roots are water-logged too long. These diseases can be avoided by cultivating the foxtail palm in temperate climates and in well-drained soils.
Max.Height: 30 ft

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