Trachycarpus wagnerianus Hort. ex Becc.
Trachycarpus wagnerianus (73047 octets)
Beautiful small palm reaching 4-5 m high. Trunk covered with long brown fibers. Leaves palmate, dark green, stiff, smaller than the ones of Trachycarpus fortunei, up to 40-60 cm in diameter. Margin whitish. Petiole slender and short. Inflorescence yellow-orange. Small flowers in drooping panicles. Fruit black, bloomy, reniform. Hardy as T. fortunei.

Home: Never recorded in the wild, found in cultivation in Japan.

Other views: Old Plant, Leaves

Cultivated: France

Author: Frédéric Tournay

Not found! Ethnobotanical aspects of Trachycarpus wagnerianus by Plants for a future database

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