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Common name(s)
Canary Island Date Palm, Canary Date

Height: 40 to 60 feet | Spread: 20 to 25 feet
Growth rate: slow
Origin: Canary Islands

Flower color: white/cream/gray
Fruit: oval, round; orange, yellow; .5 to 1 inch,
edible but not very palatable
Attracts birds; showy; fruit/leaves not a litter problem

Trunk/bark/branches: branches don't droop;
typically one trunk
Pruning: little required
Breakage: resistant

Light requirement: full sun
Soil tolerances: clay; sand; loam; alkaline; acidic;
Drought tolerance: high
Roots: not a problem

Use and Management
Canary Island Date Palm should be grown in full sun on fertile, moist soil for best growth, but is tolerant of any well-drained soil. It can be planted on the inland side of coastal condominiums and large homes due to moderately high salt tolerance. It does well as a street or avenue tree, even in confined soil spaces. Canary Island Date Palm will require pruning to remove old fronds. Avoid damage to the trunk by locating it properly in the landscape and keeping landscape maintenance equipment away. Only prune fronds that hang below the horizontal. Do not remove those growing upright since this may slow the growth and reduce vigor.
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