Trachycarpus wagnerianus - Plant

Trachycarpus fortune is a hardy palm native to cultivation in Japan not seen in the wild. All species are from Asia, spreading from India through Myanmar and Thailand into China.

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About Trachycarpus wagnerianus

Trachycarpus 'Wagnerianus' is an easily identified cultivar, with small, stiff leaves.The leaf crown is hemispherical and often extended, especially in younger individuals. New growth is margined with a short but dense white woolly tomentum.

Plant Specifications

*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Chusan Palm, Windmill Palm, Palm Waggy, Dwarf Chusan Palm
Maximum Reachable Height 10-20 ft tall and 1-5 ft wide
Flower Colour yellow
Difficulty Level Easy

Planting and care

A palm tree needs to establish its roots first. Only when the roots have developed adequately does leaf development take place.
Under normal circumstances no need to provide any protection in winter. However, it would be sensible to wrap the crown and trunk of your palm with fleece in a prolonged period of sub zero temperatures.
Watering in rest period – sparingly Watering in active growth period – moderately Light – bright Temperature in rest period – min 7°C max 24°C (45-75°F) Temperature in active growth period – min 16°C max 24°C (61-75°F) Humidity – low

Trachycarpus wagnerianus care

Sunlight Partial sun to Full sun
Watering Moderate. Grows well especially in rich, moist soil
Soil Does best in Rich, well-drained, damp but not wet soils with above average fertility.
Temperature Completely unharmed by temperatures down to 7°C (45°F).
Fertilizer No special demands compared to other types of palms. A slow release fertilizer with an N/P/K ratio of 3:1:2 or 3:1:3. Thus, a formulae of 15:5:15 or 12:4:8 would be adequate. Select a preparation that contains microelements and is preferably a slow release formulae.

Trachycarpus wagnerianus uses

Ornamental Use:

  • Makes a great accent which fits well into small areas like courtyards and entries
  • It s a tough plant and survives in hot urban landscapes and even thrives there if watered and fed
  • Also a perfect palm for containers

Frequently Asked Questions

What is another name for a Trachycarpus wagnerianus ?

Trachycarpus wagnerianus is commonly known as Chusan Palm, Windmill Palm, Palm Waggy, Dwarf Chusan Palm

How tall do Trachycarpus wagnerianus grow?

On average Trachycarpus wagnerianus grows 10-20 ft tall and 1-5 ft wide

What color are Trachycarpus wagnerianus ?

A Trachycarpus wagnerianus plant bears flowers of color yellow

How hard is Trachycarpus wagnerianus to grow?

A Trachycarpus wagnerianus is Easy

How much sunlight does a Trachycarpus wagnerianus need?

A Trachycarpus wagnerianus prefers Partial sun to Full sun

How much water does a Trachycarpus wagnerianus need?

A Trachycarpus wagnerianus prefers watering Moderate. Grows well especially in rich, moist soil

What kind of soil does a Trachycarpus wagnerianus need?

A Trachycarpus wagnerianus prefers Does best in Rich, well-drained, damp but not wet soils with above average fertility.

What temperature does a Trachycarpus wagnerianus like?

A Trachycarpus wagnerianus prefers Completely unharmed by temperatures down to 7°C (45°F).

How often should I fertilize my Trachycarpus wagnerianus ?

To encourage Trachycarpus wagnerianus growth, No special demands compared to other types of palms. A slow release fertilizer with an N/P/K ratio of 3:1:2 or 3:1:3. Thus, a formulae of 15:5:15 or 12:4:8 would be adequate. Select a preparation that contains microelements and is preferably a slow release formulae.



Reviews

Thursday, 17 October 2019

excellent plant. needs quite a bit of care though.

Shikha Mahajan

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