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If you admire our winter-hardy stalwarts, Trachycarpus fortunei en Trachycarpus wagnerianus, you'll certainly be intrigued by the many other Trachycarpus fan palms. These range from the exciting hardy and beautiful new discoveries such as Trachcarpus takil to the much sought-after Trachycarpus princeps and the elegant Trachycarpus martianus, amongst others. Browse our Trachycarpus page and you’ll come to appreciate the variety of species in this fascinating genus!

Trachycarpus fortunei var. Tesan

Hardy palm tree

Trachycarpus fortunei var. Tesan is still hardly available in the market and is reputed for its winter hardiness; it tolerates temperatures down to -20 degrees centigrade! Compared to the common fortunei, the Tesan develops a thicker trunk and has more compact, stiffer leaves.
HardinessProtect below -20°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun

+ Pot: 0,7 ltr., 450g.  € 12.95
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Trachycarpus fortunei x nanus

Hybride fortunei x nanus

HardinessProtect below -13°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun

+ Pot: 0,7 ltr., 350g.  € 14.95
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Trachycarpus fortunei x wagnerianus

Hardy fan palm tree

The female flower of the fortunei is pollinated with the male flower of the wagnerianus. This tree will have some of the characteristics of the Trachycarpus wagnerianus and some of the Trachycarpus fortunei.

Hardiness is the same and leaves can be stiffer. Very interesting tree. We pollinate and harvest the seeds ourselves
HardinessProtect below -13°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun
Comes fromHimalaya, W. China

+ Tot. height: 60-80 cm, pot: deco 23 cm-5,7 l, 2.3Kg.  € 12.95
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Trachycarpus latisectus

Windamere Palm

Only recently described, Trachycarpus latisectus, the Windamere Palm, was previously known as Trachycarpus 'sikkimensis'. 'Latisectus' refers to the broad leaflets, indeed one of the distinguishing characteristics of this palm, which are around 5cm wide, very glossy, and of which there are around 70 in total, forming a very large and leathery leaf. It has a bare trunk and its seeds resemble those of Trachycarpus martianus. Remaining in the wild in just one tiny, heavily altered location in the Sikkim Himalayas in north-east India, which is immediately threatened by destruction, it has only recently been introduced into cultivation, but is about to make a huge impression in the palm world.

As with other Trachycarpus, Trachycarpus latisectus requires a rich, loamy but well drained soil. Young plants are best grown under some shade.
HardinessProtect below -7°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun
Comes fromSikkim Himalaya, moutains of NE. India

+ Tot. height: 30-40 cm, pot: 0.7ltr., 400g.  € 2.95
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+ Tot. height: 40-60cm, pot: ø 15cm - 1,5 ltr, 1.25Kg.  € 4.95
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+ Tot. height: 70-90cm, trunk: 10+cm, pot: deco ø 23cm - 5,4 ltr, 4.25Kg.  € 14.95
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+ Tot. height: 100-120cm, trunk: 10-20cm, pot: deco ø 26cm - 8,5ltr., 6Kg.  € 24.95
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+ Tot. height: 120-140cm, pot: deco ø 30cm, 9.5Kg.  € 29.95
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Trachycarpus martianus

Khasia Hills Fan Palm

In our personal view, this form of Trachycarpus martianus from the Khasia Hills, once known as Trachycarpus khasianus, is the most elegant species in the genus. Its slender, bare trunk supports a full but open crown of elegantly arching, very regular and much segmented, large fan leaves. It is quite fast and easy growing.

Well suited to subtropical as well as temperate climates it will tolerate moderate frosts
HardinessProtect below -3°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun
Comes fromKnasia hills, Himalaya, N. India

+ Tot. height: 90-110cm, trunk: 15-25cm, pot: deco ø 26cm - 8,4 ltr., 6.6Kg.  € 29.95
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+ Tot. height: 180+cm, trunk: 20+cm, pot: ø 35cm -17 ltr, Pallet delivery.  € 49.95
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Trachycarpus martianus 'Nepal'

Martius Himalayan Fan Palm

Similar to Trachycarpus martianus 'Khasia Hills', this form from the Himalayas in Nepal, has slightly smaller leaves with fewer segments and is more tolerant of frost and drought as it grows further north at higher altitudes. Equally fast and rewarding to grow.
HardinessProtect below -7°c
WateringWater moderately
SunLight shadow / sun
Comes fromHimalaya, mountains of Nepal

+ Tot. height: 60-80cm, pot: deco ø 23cm -5,4 ltr.-, 3.65Kg.  € 17.95
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+ Tot. height: 80-100cm, pot: deco ø 26cm -8,4 ltr.-, 7.25Kg.  € 24.95
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