Syagrus sancona
Scientific Name: Syagrus sancona H. Karst.
Syagrus sancona

Size: Up to 80 feet tall (24 m) up to 18 feet in diameter (5.4 m)
Min. Temperature: 28F (-2C)
Water Requirements: Regular water
Sun Requirements: Full sun
Origin: Andes in Peru, Columbia, Ecuador, and Venezuela
Leaf: Pinnate, 8 to 16 dark green plumose leaves, up to 11 feet long (3.3 m).
Trunk: up to 12 inches in diameter (30 cm).
Flower: Flower stalk coming from among the leaves. 100 to 200 branches.
Fruit: yellowish orange when ripe. ellipsoid. 1.2 inches long (3 cm).

The tallest species of Syagrus

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