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The Queen Palm Trees originated in South America and grow well in the United States in zones 9 and 10, but show cold damage or death when temperatures drop below the mid-twenties, F. The Queen Palm tree thrives under full sunlight exposure, and grows decorative orange fruits during cool months. The foliage of the Queen Palm tree is pinnate like a feather and is a dark green color.

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•The Queen Palm Tree can grow 50 feet tall, and is generously used in lining streets and boulevards in acceptable climate zones. The green delicate leaves of the Queen Palm Tree arch majestically on a fast growing, gray trunk. The Queen Palm Trees grow rapidly in landscapes or in containers. The Queen Palm Tree is usually grown commercially by nursery propagators, forming rapidly growing plants for tropical gardens. The Queen Palm tree has a single, usually straight, ringed trunk and a graceful crown of soft leaves that decorates the landscapes of many resorts and hotels.

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Queen Palm May 12, 2015
Reviewer: Dale Roessler from West Columbia, SC United States  
I was quite disappointed with the tree I received. It was smaller than I expected. It was supposed to 6 to 7 feet tall. What I received was 5 feet tall after I planted it. You should tell people that you include what goes underground as part of the tree height. I consider this to be deceptive & unethical.

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