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The Washingtonian Palm Tree is fast growing to 50-60 feet high, 10 to 15 foot wide crown, growing large with time, and needs full sun exposure, and The Washingtonia Palm Tree called the Mexican Fan Palm Tree The large leaves of the Washingtonia Fan Palm Trees are bordered by parallel rows of thorns that protect them from predators. This Palm tree provides a very tropical appearance to the landscape.

• The Washingtonia Palm Tree, Washingtonia robusta, has a tall, slender trunk and is topped with a crown of large fan-shaped evergreen fronds.The Washingtonia Palm Tree grows rapidly and is a popular street tree planted along boulevards in Waycross, GA. The Washingtonia Palm Tree is an evergreen palm tree, enjoy it's elegant colors throughout all the seasons, and is available in a variety of sizes and prices.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review »

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3 of 5 Let down for sure May 22, 2021
Reviewer: david perry from cedar park, TX United States  
I'm not complaining if my palm trees grow and add the touch I'm wanting. The only disappointment is that these tress are not even close to 3' tall they are in fact just barley over 1' so I'm hoping for some rapid growth

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5 of 5 Washington Palm December 9, 2019
Reviewer: jerry davis from el paso, TX United States  
The other palm commonly found in El Paso.  Cold-hardiness varies according to the origin of the variety apparently, but many have survived temperatures down to 0 degrees.  Drought tolerant, but the more water it gets, the faster it grows.

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4 of 5 So far looks great May 20, 2019
Reviewer: Bob Littell from Lee Summit, MO United States  
Palm looks good, some dead on it, I trimmed it. Not crazy how it was packed. It was packed with two other palms and the root balls were tangled together making unwrapping difficult. Should wrap separate. Will request that from now on.

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5 of 5 April 2, 2019
Reviewer: Verda Overholt from Montezuma, GA United States  
Very Good

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4 of 5 So far so good November 5, 2018
Reviewer: David Mills from Auburn , AL United States  
One arrived a little beat up and is showing signs of shock. Hoping for the best.  The other looking pretty good.

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