Washingtonia are impressive palms suited to indoors in the colder months but can be relocated outdoors when the temperature is reliably over 5 degrees.
The Washingtonia is native to the southern United States and the north of Mexico. The plant is also known as the Mexican Fan Palm because of its large fan-shaped leaves.
Tall, fast-growing, and evergreen, the slender trunk swells at the base when it ages. Large fan-shaped leaves with leaflets up to 1.5m long can carry sprays of small white flowers, followed by dark brown fruits.
Our most common pot sizes for reference.
The plant height and width varies by plant, season and grower.
Diameter / Height
Fits Decorative Pot
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Young plants easy to establish when planted in Autumn or Spring.
Small habit houseplants - cacti, succulents, etc.
The standard size for kitchen herbs, annual bedding
The standard size for perennials.
Medium sized houseplants.
Larger perennials or small / young / dwarf shrubs. Also grasses, roses, and small climbers.
Mature perennials, grasses, roses. Small shrubs and very young trees.
Climbers, shrubs, evergreen hedging, young or dwarf trees.
Mature or larger growing specimens.
Tall & tree form houseplants.
Palms, olive trees, trees 1.5m+
Super sized houseplants.
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