Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palms
Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palms

Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palms

A stunning patio 'centrepiece'.
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Pair Of Potted 80-100cm tall - Item: 680006
RRP £24.99
Deal Price £14.90
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Pair 1.2-1.4M tall - Item: (680089)
RRP £39.99
Deal Price £29.99
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Add a pair of these tropical beauties to your patio or garden to create a real holiday feel for years to come!

Their unique architectural shape and spectacular fanning foliage adds instant dramatic impact to your garden. Despite their tropical origins, these superbly exotic plants thrive in the UK and are winter hardy to - 6! The distinctive, lush green foliage fans out to create wonderful shadows on your patio all year round, making these palms a stunning centrepiece for any garden or patio. They love a sunny position and are perfect for patio pots!

Please note: While your palm tree will be tolerant of dry conditions when fully established, in very hot, dry weather it will need to be watered every day along with the rest of your plants.


I have just received a pair of Phoenix Palms from you. They are stunning, at least as big as advertised and exceptional value for money. My first time - but I'll be back for more.

SC, June 2015

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What Is Supplied They will be supplied as a pair of mature potted plants, ready to plant outside from end April. For heights, refer to each product option.
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  • Despite looking like desert palms, water them really well in Spring & Summer - do not let dry out
  • In colder spots, bring in for Winter, or tie fronds up together in a bindle to protect centres
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