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Nome Científico: Washingtonia robusta Nome Comum: Palmeira-de-leque mexicana Tipo de folha: Perene Resistência ao Frio: Altu...

Mexican Fan Palm Tree 15 Seeds Easy to Grow Fast Growing Hardy to Zone 8 | eBay

Mexican Fan Palm Tree 15 Seeds Easy to Grow Fast Growing Hardy to Zone 8

Mexican Fan Palms are the classic resort style palm tree that's a long time favorite for ease of growth. Very durable and loves the full sun

Mexican Fan Palms are the classic resort style palm tree that's a long time favorite for ease of growth. Very durable and loves the full sun

Idea for our Landscaping: Mexican Fan Palm Tree...backyard back left corner, two - one on each side of a date palm

Idea for our Landscaping: Mexican Fan Palm Tree...backyard back left corner, two - one on each side of a date palm

Mexican Fan Palm (Washingtonia robusta) at Calloway's Nursery

Mexican Fan Palm (Washingtonia robusta) at Calloway's Nursery

Washingtonia robusta, Palm tree. High quality png, transparent background.

Palm tree - Washingtonia robusta

Washingtonia robusta, Palm tree. High quality png, transparent background.

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WASHINGTONIA ROBUSTA-MEXICAN FAN PALM

WASHINGTONIA ROBUSTA-MEXICAN FAN PALM

Bonsai Mexican Fan Palm Tree Skyduster Can be grown by CheapSeeds, $2.99

Bonsai, Mexican Fan Palm Tree, Skyduster, Can be grown as a Bonsai, 5 Seeds

In the pictured front yard, the sturdy trunks of California fan palm (Washingtonia filifera) anchor the space. The landscape is studded with Agave ‘Sharkskin’, feathery Yucca rostrata, and golden barrel cactus. The tall Mexican fan palms, Washingtonia robusta, were preexisting on the property.

12 Favorite Front-Yard Designs

In the pictured front yard, the sturdy trunks of California fan palm (Washingtonia filifera) anchor the space. The landscape is studded with Agave ‘Sharkskin’, feathery Yucca rostrata, and golden barrel cactus. The tall Mexican fan palms, Washingtonia robusta, were preexisting on the property.