Roystonea Regia, Royal Palm - Plant

The royal palm tree is perfect for giving your yard that little slice of paradise It is one of the most prestigious looking and most recognizable of all the palms in the world.
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About Roystonea Regia

Royal palm has large and attractive palm, it has been planted throughout the tropics and subtropics as an ornamental tree. The trunk is stout, very smooth and grey-white in color with a characteristic bulge below a distinctive green crownshaft.

They are green when immature, turning red and eventually purplish-black as they mature. They are often chosen by tropical resorts, hotels, and communities to line the streets and driveways because their roots won't break through roads or sidewalks.

Plant Specifications

Plant Height18 inch (46 cm)
Plant Spread 4 inch (10 cm)
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Roystonea Regia, Royal palm, Cuban Royal Palm
Maximum Reachable Height Up to 80 feet
Flower Colour Cream-colored
Bloom Time Late summer
Difficulty Level Medium

Planting and care

  • Give royal palms fertilizer specially formulated for palm trees.
  • It should have a ratio of 8-2-12-4Mg with micronutrients.
  • The nitrogen should be in the form of resin-coated urea or ammonium salts, urea-formaldehyde or sulfur-coated urea.
  • The potassium should be in the form of sulfur-coated potassium sulfate and the magnesium should be prilled kieserite.
  • The micronutrients should be manganese sulfate, iron chelate, and slow-release boron.
  • Roystonea Regia care

    Plant royals no closer to the house than 8 feet to allow room for the fronds to spread out and not be damaged by touching walls. You want to come out with enough distance that falling fronds don t damage anything (including people) underneath.
    Space these palms 8 to 10 feet apart when planting in a row. This palm is too big for growing in a container.

    Sunlight It will take partial shade but is happiest in full sun.
    Watering Medium
    Soil Topsoil or organic peat moss as a soil.
    Temperature 30 to 40 degrees Celsius
    Fertilizer Apply organic fertilizers

    Roystonea Regia special feature

    The seed is used as a source of oil and for livestock feed. Leaves are used for thatching and the wood for construction.

    Roystonea Regia uses

    Ornamental Use:

    • Royal palm is one the best avenue tree mainly used to decorate the roadside, highways, and pathway

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is another name for a Roystonea Regia?

    Roystonea Regia is commonly known as Roystonea Regia, Royal palm, Cuban Royal Palm

    How tall do Roystonea Regia grow?

    On average Roystonea Regia grows Up to 80 feet

    What color are Roystonea Regia?

    A Roystonea Regia plant bears flowers of color Cream-colored

    When Roystonea Regia blooms?

    With enough light, Roystonea Regia may produce Cream-colored flowers in Late summer

    How hard is Roystonea Regia to grow?

    A Roystonea Regia is Medium

    How much sunlight does a Roystonea Regia need?

    A Roystonea Regia prefers It will take partial shade but is happiest in full sun.

    How much water does a Roystonea Regia need?

    A Roystonea Regia prefers watering Medium

    What kind of soil does a Roystonea Regia need?

    A Roystonea Regia prefers Topsoil or organic peat moss as a soil.

    What temperature does a Roystonea Regia like?

    A Roystonea Regia prefers 30 to 40 degrees Celsius

    How often should I fertilize my Roystonea Regia?

    To encourage Roystonea Regia growth, Apply organic fertilizers



    Reviews

    Monday, 16 March 2020

    Plants are alive but flowers have not come out as yet.

    mehmood khan

    Thursday, 05 March 2020

    Wow nice plants in good condition delivered..?

    Richa Srivastava

    Sunday, 09 February 2020

    Plants are alive but flowers have not come out as yet.

    Sunil Kumar Yadav
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