Clustering palm suitable for screening
This clustering palm is native to the Caribbean Basin, including South Florida.
In the landscape it forms dense thickets that can serve as an effective screen. It has graceful, arching inflorescences that extend beyond the foliage. Cultivated plants can be seen in landscapes throughout South Florida.
Acoelorraphe wrightii is cool tolerant and may take a degree or two of frost. It requires bright light, plenty of water and an acid soil for best results. It grows beautifully in soil that is constantly moist.
|Hardiness||Protect below -3°c |
|Watering||Keep well watered|
|Sun||Prefers sunny conditions|