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A picture of a chilean Wine Palm

chilean Wine Palm

Jubaea chilensis

Also known as

chile Cocopalm, Wine palm, Chilean wine palm, Honey palm, Coquito palm

Jubaea chilensis (scott.zona) 006 by scott.zona (CC BY 2.0)

Full Sun
Light watering
Frost Hardy

H5

RHS hardiness

-15°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

25m

Max

9m

8m

Min

4m

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

More images of chilean Wine Palm

Some Jubaea chilensis growing in the wild
A Jubaea chilensis palm tree against a blue sky
A Jubaea chilensis palm tree against a blue sky background
A Jubaea chilensis plant in a landscaped location
A close up of some pink Jubaea chilensis flowers

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.

Common problems with chilean Wine Palm

How to propagate chilean Wine Palm

Seed

Seed in spring at not less than 25C.

Special features of chilean Wine Palm

Attractive leaves

Other uses of chilean Wine Palm

Specimen tree