Hyphaene coriacea comes to us from the deserts of North Africa. Its recurred leaves give it a unique appearance and is one of the few palms that can branch in some cases. It can form multiple trunks. Used to living in hot dry climates make it a good candidate for desert cultivation. In it's native land it does not experience frost so care must be taken when young and temperatures dip below 32 degrees f. It has proven to thrive in hot dry climates and can grow quite well in zone 10 with some care. The large bell shaped fruit provide a fibrous coating to the seed and does not need to be removed for germination to occur. Take advantage of this chance to grow this palm that is rare in cultivation in the U.S.
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