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This one has 7 ft. CT and is 11 ft. OA. It is from the Himalayan mountains growing at 8000 ft. where it is often snow covered. This palm tree variety is great for the experimental gardener. Zone 7 palm with little or no protection and lives in colder areas with winter protection.

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