Trachycarpus ukhrulensis

An exciting new species of relatively hardy palm hailing from Manipur and Nagaland, NE India at around 2000m alt. A robust species forming tall specimens in the wild with superb white-ish undersides to the mature fronds. Similar to T. princeps but with more numerous segments to the fronds and not quite as white underneath. Hardy to -10c so far in South East UK, for example, though best planted away from cold frost pockets. I recommend a sheltered location to avoid wind damage to the fabulous foliage which, in my opinion, is probably the finest in the genus if well grown.

Pot size: 2L

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