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This palm has 6 ft. of clear trunk and is 10 ft. in OA. It originates from the Himalayas growing at 8000 ft. where it snows regularly. This palm has a fibrous trunk that looks a bit like burlap which helps insulate it.

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9-10 FT, 10-11 FT, 11-12 FT, 12-13 FT, 13-14 FT, 14-15 FT, 15-16 FT

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