Name: Washingtonia Filifera Palm
Common Name: Washingtonia Palm
Botanical Name: Washingtonia Filifera
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Washingtonia Filifera which means “thread-bearing” in Latin. This genus name honors George Washington, the first States. This palm grows up to 40 to 50 ft but capable of soaring to 80 feet in good growing conditions. Washingtonia Filifera Palm is better suited to the home landscape
since it grows more slowly and is shorter. This also allows it to be used in more garden applications, such as containers or grouped together as a mass planting. The leaves have a petiole up to 2 m long, bearing a fan of leaflets 1.5-2 m long, with white, thread-like fibers between the segments. When the leaves die they bend downwards and form a skirt around the trunk. Washingtonia filifera can live from 80 to 250 years or more.
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