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Royal Palm Overview
The genus Roystonea are also known as Royal Palms, with approximately 10 evergreen, single-stemmed palms with a grand overall appearance. They possess characteristic columnar smooth stems with swollen bulges and notable leaf scars. Inconspicuous cream 3-petalled flowers are produced in panicles below a distinctive green crownshaft. Foliage is leathery and stiff, divided pinnately and feather-shaped, produced in tufts from the crown.
Common problems with Royal Palm
How to propagate Royal Palm
You can propagate from seeds in the spring; germination temperature is a minimum of 27C.
Other uses of Royal Palm
Grown for their majestic appearance.