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Serenoa Repens Silver. Silver Saw Palmetto.
The Serenoa Repens silver is a highly desirable and attractive shrubby palm.  Stiff fan shaped leaves are silvery in colour and made up of around 18-20 leaflets.

The Saw Palmetto silver is typically a multi-trunk clustering palm with a trunk which grows along the ground (decumbent) although it can ocassionally develop an erect or arching trunk. Be mindful where to plant as the petioles are armed with spines, but looks great planted beneath other taller palms and plants. Very slow growing but cold hardy to around -10 it also copes well with arid and salty conditions when established.
This is an amazingly beautiful palm and a great addition to any tropical garden which will add plenty of drama. Can be grown in containers too. Quite rare this is one for the collectors.


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SERENOA REPENS, SILVER. Silver Saw Palmetto.

SKU: SRs40
Out of Stock
  • Latin Name: Serenoa Repens Silver.
    Common Name: Silver Saw Palmetto, Saw Palmetto, Scrub Palmetto.
    Native to: Atlantic coast mainly in Florida.
    Hardiness: Down to -10.
    Growth: Clustering palm with decumbent trunk. Slow growing with stiff, silvery coloured fan shaped leaves. Armed with spines on the petioles. Salt and drought resistant when established.
    Sunlight: Full / partial shade.
    Exposure: Exposed/sheltered.
    Soil: Well drained.

    Moisture: Keep moist. Do not allow to dry between waterings
    Feeding: Feed during the growing season.

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    All palms have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.

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