Chamaerops humilis AGM

European Fan Palm
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Chamaerops humilis AGM

3.5 litre pot

Height Of Palm Only 65cm

Overall Height Including Pot 80cm

Width Of Foliage 40cm

European Fan Palm

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Care Notes

These are a great sized Chamaerops to send out to you by mailorder, so easy to handle and great for potting up into a lovely container or raised bed, being an evergreen plant, they look wonderful all year round. They can of course be grown in the ground equally as well, and will do well in full sun or part shade. They are very tolerant of the wind and will happily put up with a satly laden wind on the coast. They make a great architectural statement in the garden. We send out a palm tree care note with each palm tree and if you require a beautiful pot to plant your palm into then we can recommend for great terracotta planters.

The Chamaerops humilis Palm Tree has been awarded an AGM from the RHS, which means it is an outstanding plant that has performed well all round in their rigorous plant trials.

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  • Situation Open Close

    Chamaerops like a well-drained moderately fertile soil, however it will also tolerate a poor soil. An open sunny situation is ideal, it does not mind a windy situation.

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  • Feeding Open Close

    A liquid feed given regularly throughout the growing season will greatly benefit the plant and help to promote new growth.

  • Pruning Open Close

    Remove old tired foliage when necessary. Do be careful of the sharp barbs along the leaf stems!

  • Watering Open Close

    Water regularly throughout the summer growing season, very little if any during the winter.

  • Pests and Diseases Open Close

    None to note

  • Winter Care Open Close

    A very cold tolerant plant that will withstand temperatures as low as -12C without damage. Keep the roots as dry as possible in the winter.