Small ornamental palm appreciated for its hardiness, resistance to drought and spray, the Chamhumilis aeropsis part of the Palmaceae family. It is native to the dry and sandy areas of southern Europe, particularly the Mediterranean basin.
Its large, bluish, palmately blotchy webs, 40 to 80 cm in diameter, unfurl at the top of one or more stipes covered with intertwined brown fibers revealing the base of the old fallen leaves in a natural way. Chamaerops humilis cerifera has a squat habit and seldom exceeds 2.5 meters in height.
Soil and exposure of the Palm tree Chamerops humilis Cerifera
The Chamaerops humilis delights in sunny places to plant south side in a relatively rich land, watering can be moderate or poor but if you want it to grow faster then watering is mandatory, in areas north of the Loire do not worry but plant it on a very well drained stop and protect the winter crown with a geotextile moisture because it will not withstand the cold and moisture at the same time.
Strong point of Chamaerops humilis Cerifera
Good cold resistance down to -15 ° C
the most resistant of the chamaerops
Enjoy sunny south side.
The color of inflorescenses (yellow)
Resistance temperature of Chamaerops humilis Cerifera
-13 to -15 ° C
Condition:The resistance temperature is suitable for a Palm tree planted in the ground for at least 3 years. It is advisable to always mulch on the ground in the regions froiof.
Video wintering of the Palm trees in Alsace
We made a winter video of the Palm trees in Alsace do not hesitate to click above on the "VIDEO WINTERING"
Particularity of the palms Chamaerops humilis Cerifera: