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Mule Palm Tree: Medium

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US $599.95

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Mule Palm Tree - xButyagrus nabbonnandi, Syagrus romanzoffiania + Butia capitata

The Mule Palm is one of the most beautiful and rarest palms in the world. It is recently become a new variety of palm in cultivation. The botanical name of the Mule Palm is xButyagrus nabbonnandi and comes from United States This unique breed of palm is a cross or hybrid of the Pindo Palm and Queen Palm Tree. It is truly a stunning and unique cold hardy palm tree. The seeds of this palm tree are not fertile which is the reason for its common name. More and more nurseries are becoming aware of this frost tolerant palm tree suitable for states like Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and even some parts of North Carlina. Their leaves are deep shade of green recurving and drastically arching leaves. The Mule Palm is very easy to care after. These exotic and rare cold hardy palms thrive in a well-drained, moist climate with full sun to light shade.This palm tree will have any person in awe with its beauty. The Mule Palm is a wonderful specimen to have for any Ornamental Collection of plants.

This Mule palm tree will make a great addition to any home office or landscape. It will give a sense of the tropics with little cost. Its time to go green and buy real palm trees. Palm trees are also great for indoors because they act as a natural humidifier and detoxifier by removing Carbon Monoxide and replacing the air with fresh Oxygen. Real Palm Trees make a home feel like home by giving you the feel of nature inside or out. Buy this palm tree and have a piece of unspoiled nature.

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Additional Information

SKU pt-20-01 medium mule palm tree
Palm Tree Size Medium
Palm Tree Attributes Popular, Rare and Exotic, Tropical, Cold Hardy, Palmate (Feather Leaves)
Palm Tree Name Mule Palm Tree
Palm Tree Common Names Mule Palm, Butia Queen Cross, Pindo Palm, Butia x Syagrus
Palm Tree Botanical Name xButyagrus nabbonnandi
Palm Tree Country of Origin Florida
Indoor/Outdoor Use Indoor & Outdoor
Palm Tree Maintenance Easy
Palm Tree Can Be Potted Yes
Palm Tree Growth Rate Moderate to Fast
Average Max Height (Mature) 20 - 30 ft
Palm Tree Radius Spacing (Mature) 5 to 10 ft
Palm Tree Sun Exposure Moderate
Palm Tree Flower Yes
Palm Tree Fruit Yes
Cold Toleration Zone 9a (20 to 25 F), Zone 9b (25 to 30 F), Zone 10a (30 to 35 F), Zone 10b (35 to 40 F), Zone 11 (above 40 F)

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