Phoenix rupicola is a graceful palm, which can grow both in cold and hot regions. It is one of the easiest to grow phoenix palm and have much neater and cleaner appearance.
Phoenix rupicola palm trees develop to 8 meters (26 ft) in tallness, and 20 cm in width. They are generally spotless of leaf bases with the exception of close to the crown.
Leaves are 2.5 to 3 m long, 35 cm pamphlets, pinnately orchestrated, on 50 – 60 cm pseudo petioles outfitted with spines. The spines are a great deal less various and less brutal than the other Phoenix species.
The organic product is an oval, yellow to orange fleshy, 2 cm long containing a solitary vast seed.
Phoenix (rupicola – Latin, occupant of rocks) or cliff date palm is a types of blooming plant in the palm family, local to the rocky woodlands of India and Bhutan from 300 to 1200 m, more often than not happening on bluffs, slopes and comparable landscape. It is debilitated by natural surroundings misfortune in its local range. On the other hand, the species is purportedly naturalized in the Andaman Islands, the Leeward Islands, Cuba and Puerto Rico and an example has as of late been accounted for in Saint Lucia..