Corypha umbraculifera

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Corypha umbraculifera
Corypha umbraculifera
Talipot Plam
PALM
GROWTH & HABITAT
SIZE: Up to 70’+ with a 40’ spread
USDA HARDINESS ZONE: 10a-11
SOIL: Moist, Well Drained
SALT TOLERANCE: Low
ORIGIN: Native to India
LIGHT:
Full Sun
MOISTURE:
Drought Tolerant
DESIGN & AESTHETICS
SHAPE: single trunk
LANDSCAPE USE: Impressive Specimen Palm
FLOWER: largest inflorescence in the plant kingdom, Christmas tree shaped
creamy white bloom out of the top of the palm
FRUIT: round dark green fruit
WILDLIFE: N/A
PLANT DESCRIPTION: The Talipot Palm is a true giant, growing to over 60’ tall
here in Florida. One of the fronds can be between 15’-25’ wide attached to
a 10’-15’ long petiole. It is a very slow grower. The Talipot Palm grows best
in moist well-drained soils in full sun. It can live to around 80 years before it
blooms and then will die after the fruit develop. The Talipot Palm is a jawdropping specimen for a special situation.
PESTS & DISEASES:
PESTS: N/A
DISEASES: N/A
CU
TALIPOT PALM

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