This exotic palm collection is sure to turn your garden in to a tropical paradise for years to come! Tough and architectural, these palms will make a striking addition to any garden, with their spiky foliage creating vivid, dancing shadows in the summer sun.
Growing as tall as you let them, their large fan-shaped leaves will spread luxuriously out above stout trunks, forming an impressive canopy of bright green foliage.
Perfect for adding instant impact to your garden, they can be planted in large pots or straight into beds and borders adding height and structure to displays.
Winter hardy down to around -5°C, they'll be fine in a sheltered border when given winter protection, or you can grow them in pots on your patio, decking or balcony and move them undercover when bad weather threatens.
Both Chamaerops and Phoenix hold a prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit, so you can be guaranteed that they are garden-worthy plants that has been trialled and tested for their suitability to grow in UK gardens.
Supplied as three established plants in 14cm protective nursery pots, ready to plant out or repot:
Washingtonia robusta - Commonly called Cotton Palms because of the wisps of cotton-like strands that fall from each leaf, they provide a wonderful spectacle in any setting. Hardy to -5°C (200cm x 150cm).
Chamaerops humilis AGM - Also known as the Hardy Fan Palm, Chamaerops is compact, weather resistant and hardy to -5°C (250cm x 150cm)
Phoenix canariensis AGM - The Canary Island Date Palm, winter hardy to -6°C. Deep-green leaves fanning out above to form wonderful shadows on your patio this summer. (200cm x 120cm)
Supplied as three established plants in 14cm protective nursery pots, ready to plant out or repot.
Despite looking like desert palms and being drought tolerant, to get best results, 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 bundle to protect the centre of the palm.