Wodyetia Bifurcata. Foxtail Palm.
The Wodyetia Bifurcata is a really spectacular palm. When mature it has a crown of 8-10 long elegantly arching leaves which are densely plumose. Many fish tail shaped leaflets are arranged in a circular formation around the rachis, giving the impression of a foxtail hence it's common name. A solitary palm, its grey coloured trunk is smooth and slender with a slightly swollen base. Branched flower stalks of both male and female white flowers are followed by colourful clusters of oval shaped fruit, orange-red in colour containing a single seed. No spines are present. This attractive looking palm is great for growing in planters, perfect for greenhouses and bright conservatories or patios through summer. Frost tender it is better brought inside through winter.
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WODYETIA BIFURCATA . Foxtail Palm
Latin Name: Wodyetia Bifurcata.
Common Name: Foxtail Palm.
Native to: Queensland, Australia.
Hardiness: Frost tender although mature specimens may take an occasional mild frost for short periods of time.
Growth: Solitary palm. Long pinnate leaves with leaflets on 360 degress around the rachis. Smooth and slender trunk is closely ringed and slightly bottle shaped at the base. Tolerant of some salt spray and strong winds.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial shade.
Soil: Well drained
Moisture: Keep moist. Do not allow to dry between waterings
Feeding: Feed during the growing season.
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