The most cold-hardy! Needle palms are hardy to 10 degrees below zero. In the south they can reach 6' wide and 6' high in 10 years, making a dramatic statement in the shade garden. Highly adaptive, we have seen specimens in San Antonio growing in the shade of oaks in dry, rocky, alkaline clay, as well as plants thriving in protected areas of North Carolina, in rich acid soils.
7 to 9
6 feet x 6 feet
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