Butia Capitata Palm Trees Nursery

Cold Hardy Palms

Butia Capitata

Botanical Name

Butia Capitata

Family

Arecaceae

Genus

Butia

Species

Capitata

Common Names

Pindo Palm, Wine Palm, Jelly Palm

Type

Palm

Height

12 to 15 feet

Hardiness Zone

8a to 11

Description

butia-capitata
Butia Capitata

This beautiful hardy and pinnate curvy palm is one of the most popular landscape palms. Which has feather like leaves. These feathery leaves forms an arch from top to the ground and creates the beautiful mischievous curve.

This plume palm frames a thick singular trunk that develops to
1/2 feet in distance across and achieves 20 feet tall, as a rule
with diligent leaf bases embellishing the whole trunk. It has
5 to 10 foot long angling dim green leaves that recurve
practically back to the storage compartment. The leaf petioles
are equipped with teeth on the edges and there are 25 to 60 sets
of pointed bilobed restricted pamphlets. The pink-tinged cream
blossoms rise up out of a 2 to 3 foot long woody spathe in
late spring to early summer and are trailed by cherry-sized
consumable orange-yellow natural products that mature in mid
to late summer. Plant in sun or light shade with direct watering.
It is tough to around 12 degrees F – conceivably the hardiest of
the plume palms.

Availability

Palm Trees
Young Plants
Seedlings