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This palm has 4 ft. CT and is about 7-8 ft. OA in height. It originated from the Himalayan mountains of China growing at elevations of 8000 ft. This palm is often snow covered and experiencing freezing temperatures. It has a hairy fibrous trunk that helps insulate this hardy fan palm. It grows from central Florida to the northeast all the way to Montreal, Canada.

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7-8 FT single, 7-8 FT doubles, 7-8 FT triples

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