SPECIAL DEAL - XXL Giant Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm - LARGE PATIO PALM TREES approx 140cm

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SPECIAL DEAL - Usually 99.97, today just 59.97 - Save £40!


A Large, well established palm for a great value price.


'Totally Tropical', this striking, winter-hardy 'architectural' palm makes a superb feature and will add a sunny 'desert island' feel to your patio for years to come!


This is a great time to add drama to your garden and bring in a Mediterranean flavour with one of our large palms, supplied nice and strong in containers with a total height of around 140-180cm (5-6ft) tall.


Amazing but true, 'Phoenix Canariensis' will be perfectly at home in our climate and will quite happily cope with temperatures as low as -6 degrees C.


Often seen in the Canary Islands and mainland Spain, with its wonderful deep green, leaves wafting in the sea breeze, the Canary Island Date Palm is a truly magical exotic that will look just as spectacular on your patio in a pot or planted into your garden.


Surprisingly fast growing, your palm will form an attractive, thick trunk as it matures and produce bunches of attractive, cream, bowl shaped flowers followed by small black fruits.


Lush, exotic, tactile and incredibly easy to grow

Will survive and flourish in the UK climate down to -6 degrees C

Specially selected for its fascinating foliage and bold shape

Will create INSTANT IMPACT on your Patio or Balcony

Your Palm will be supplied in a nursery container, fully established at up to around 140-180cms high (circa 56-72 inches), simply position and enjoy.


Customer comments:

"Our Canary Date Palm arrived this afternoon and exceeded all expectations - we're so pleased with it! Many thanks to you at Gardening Express - we'll be ordering from you again soon. "]


SPECIAL DEAL - Usually 99.97, today just 59.97 - Save £40!

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Where a height has been quoted for this plant, it is approximate and will vary throughout the year depending on the season. Early in the year, plants will generally be at the lower side of the height range given, later on they have often grown on further and are usually at or above the taller height stated.