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Chamaerops humilis - Mediterranean (European) Fan Palms

Better known as the Phoenix of St. Peter, Chamaerops humilis are dwarf species that usually do not exceed the height of 2m. They are drought resistant, salt tolerant and also have resistance to atmospheric pollution. They are suitable for semi-shaded or shaded positions. They withstand in temperatures from -20 °C. They have a slow growth that starts from the central trunk to the offshoots. They can be planted separately or in rows, in rock gardens and in coastal areas. Lastly, the multiplication of the plant is done by seed.

In our nursery there are hundreds of plants with multiple trunks from 0.50 centimeters to 1- 1.5 meters height trunk.