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What can we say about the Phoenix sylvestris?

Sylvester palms are slow growers to an ultimate height of 40 feet. They stay low to the ground while young, eventually growing an attractive trunk with diamond-shaped leaf-base scars. You can have this"diamond cut" done by a pro to get the best results. This palm is very cold hardy - taking Zone 9 temperatures in stride. The Sylvester India Date Palm (Phoenix sylvestris) is a specimen palm tree that screams out “Welcome to the tropics”.

With its bright green, slightly curving fronds and bumpy trunk, it is becoming the central trophy plant in many landscapes. In Florida, the Sylvester Palm is exceptionally hardy and gaining popularity with homeowners and commercial Range:- 1, Majestic Tree Farm is proud to be the premier seller of the Phoenix Sylvester Palm in the Orlando / Central Florida area.

Phoenix Sylvestris is also known as Wild Date Palm, Silver Date Palm or Sugar Date Palm. This tree is an attractive landscape specimen with its blue-green leaves, textured trunk, and yellow inflorescences. The Sylvester Palm is easy to handle and grows fairly fast.

It has a solitary robust trunk, with a unique diamond pattern created by leaf scars. Call today! Apr 19, Ciatto Landscape in the Villages Florida removed all palm fronds that were dead, yellowing or broken.

Trimmed the fronds close to the trunk. This allows the nutrients to reach developing and healthy leaves instead of supplying withering leaves and fronds. Also performed a diamond cut on the Sylvester Palm located in The Villages Florida. Palm trees are known for adding a tropical ambiance wherever they are found. Plant a Sylvester Palm tree, and create your very own tropical getaway. The Sylvester Palm tree is native to southern Pakistan, most of India and Bangladesh. They are quite hardy, easy to grow and are resistant to many diseases common to other types of palm trees.

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