|Common Name||California Fan Palm|
|Botanical Name||Washingtonia filifera|
Washingtonia filifera (California Fan Palm)
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Washingtonia filifera (California Fan Palm) is Commonly seen at 40 to 50 feet but capable of soaring to 80 feet in height, Desert Fan Palm is quickly recognized as related to the much-overused, straight, single-trunked street palm of years past, Washingtonia robusta. However, Desert Fan Palm is better suited to the home landscape since it grows more slowly and is shorter. This also allows it to be used in more garden applications, such as containers or grouped together as a mass planting. It does not grow well when it is over-irrigated in Florida because it frequently develops trunk or root rot.
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