Here is a nice example of a hybrid that is becoming more common as the years go by. The triangle is the mother and the teddy bears the father and it is a fast grower with a little more cold hardiness. Definitely worth a try anywhere that a triangle will grow and possibly even one half zone colder!
A step-by-step guide on how to grow a Coconut palm tree from a store-bought dehusked Coconut. Check out my transplant video for this Coconut: http://youtu.be/t00Ur9pe7GI Find me on facebook! facebook.com/thekiwigrower
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This is one of the few species of plants I have on this channel that is not actually a palm but is often referred to as one. It is a very common house plant and Landscape plant in Central and South Florida as well as other subtropical climates around the world.
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A great speciman tree for your yard!
A popular question I get is what is the difference between Copernicia alba and prunifera. Is it the size of the fronds? Is it the color of the leaves? Find out in this video.
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There may be some hybridization amongst these plants. Both parents were reported to be reds, though.