Triangle Palm

Neodypsis Decaryi

Triangle Palm

A unique canopy of silver-blue green feather leaves which present themselves with grace and elegance in the landscape. The bulging frond base grows to form a very distinct 3 sided triangle shape that gives bases for its common name. The tall and upright leaves are up to 12 ft long with a solitary trunk that can grow up to 25 ft although seldom seen at that height. These fronds are held upright at about 45-degree angle to the trunk giving this palm the grand and noble look it is sought after by many.

Striking triangular shape
Dypsis decaryi, also known as the triangle palm, has a unique appearance with leaves forming a graceful triangular pattern, making it an eye-catching ornamental plant.
Showy and year-round beauty
With attractive yellow and green flowers that later turn into round black fruit, this palm remains visually appealing throughout the year, enhancing its ornamental value.
Easy to grow and propagate
Dypsis decaryi is fast-growing once established, and its seeds germinate quickly, making it a convenient choice for cultivation and propagation.

Specifications

Kingdom
Plants
Phylum
Magnoliophyta
Class
Liliopsida
Subclass
Arecidae
Order
Arecales
Family
Arecaceae
Genus
Dypsis

Origin: It is native to India..

Characteristics: A faster grower than other date palms, moderate watering required for best results. This palm can withstand drought for a short period of time, for optimum results it grows best in moist but well-drained soils. Although it does best in full sun conditions it will perform with partial shade conditions as well. Will tolerate cold spells in short periods down to 20 F.

USDA Zones 8b-11 Frost tolerant.

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