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chilean Wine Palm Overview
Jubaea chilensis is an evergreen palm species, in the Arecaceae family of palms. It is endemic to a small region of Chile and commonly known as the Chilean Wine Palm or Chile Cocopalm. Capable of growing to a huge size in the wild, this species is generally only cultivated in Botanic Gardens or as park or street trees because of the sheer size.
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Seed in spring at not less than 25C.
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