|Height When Fully Grown||15 FEET|
|Other Necessities||Full Sun Exposure|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
The common name for Hyophorbe lagenicaulis is the Bottle Palm.
It gets this common name from the fact that an old specimen has a markedly enlarged base. So, when larger, it looks like a large water bottle. It is a semi-short, sun loving palm that gets to a height of ten feet in a few decades. People enjoy the small stature. But, there are serious limitations. It does very poorly with colder weather. A freeze will often be the end of it. Another palm in the same family, the Spindle Palm, Hyophorbe verschafeltii, is more cold hardy and in our area performs much better.
Of all the Bottle Palms sold by depot type stores in our area, an estimated 99% are dead by the first winter.
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