A relative of the date palm, Phoenix canariensis is a large palm tree, with spreading deep green leaves arching elegantly from its attractive, stout trunk. During a hot summer, drooping bunches of creamy-yellow flowers may appear.
Holding a prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit, the Canary Island date palm makes an excellent evergreen specimen plant for the patio or conservatory. Phoenix canariensis enjoys a sheltered garden position in the UK, although will cope with temperatures down to -6C (21F).
The Phoenix Palm is undeniably impressive and can grow to more than 12m in its native Canary Islands. Fortunately, here in the UK and when restricted in a container, it reaches a much more manageable height of 1.5m (5').
Add a pair of these tropical beauties to your patio or garden to create a real holiday feel for years to come - instantly conjuring up scenes of a tropical paradise, where their huge leaves waft airily in the sea breeze and you can almost hear the sea lapping at the shore...
Supplied as 2 x established plants, approx. 60-80cm tall, ready to plant out.
I have just received a pair of Phoenix Palms from you. They are stunning, at least as big as advertised and exceptional value for money. My first time - but I'll be back for more.
SC, June 2015
Supplied as an established plant, approx. 70-80cm tall in a 14cm pot, ready to plant.
Please note: The main image is of a mature plant, with the trunk formed by removing dead leaves. The plant supplied is younger, and does not have this size trunk yet.*.
Supplied as an established plant, approx. 1M tall in a 20cm pot, ready to plant.
Please note: The main image is of a mature plant, with the trunk formed by removing dead leaves. The plant supplied is younger, and does not have this size trunk yet.*