the Bolivian Mountain Coconut Palm, is a palm with leaves like a Coconut Palm, which handles frost, dry heat, wind and low water
conditions. An ideal palm for hot dry climates with cold winters.
, grows in the Andes Mountains of western Bolivia, in dry forest and steep rocky slopes up to 2 miles in altitude. It withstands
temperature extremes, including high heat and frost (as low as 10 degrees Fahrenheit).
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i is also a stunning looking palm, majestic and robust. As juveniles, these palms grow well in cool temperate, Mediterranean, and mild subtropical climates
and a enjoy full sun, developing tall, stout trunks with large, shuttlecock-like crowns of finely pinnate, leathery leaves. Parajubaea torallyi it maintains a great appearance in adverse conditions, so it is a desirable landscape palm harsh, as well as