Hawaii flowering tree
Small colony growing in botanical gardens, Hawaii
My baby foxtail, a gift as a liner from Marie Selby Botanical Garden last fall. It has doubled in size since planting and now, with a healthy stem, should grow somewhat apace.
close up of ripening seed, Hawaii
More typical look of plant in southern California where it is often not watered well enough, subjected to cold winds and unfertilized
"close up, jawadkundi"
12' Foxtail Palm
in foreground... trees right beside it and behind it are Dypsis madagascariensis... this garden got the two confused and mixed them up (Hawaii)
Drive into the zoo in Hilo (Panaewa Zoo)- gREat palm collection there
Hawaiian palm loaded with ripe fruit
young fruit (black) and mature fruit (red-orange) in Hawaiian tree
inflorescence loaded with ripening/ripe fruit
fertile seed, and seedlings under seeding palm, Hawaii
I really love these foxtails. This one has only been in for about 8 months, but is starting to do well.
Just 2 months old (from germination)
The same seedling, 3 months later
One of my many Foxtail Seedlings, approximately 4 months old
A batch of four month old foxtail seedlings in one gallons
Young foxtail beginning to trunk (about 5 inches in diameter) z9b CA
Young foxtail spending its first winter. Dec 20. z9b CA
Manly foxtail palm in Palm Bay, Florida Zone 9b
Bought this plant early 2007 to use on my porch and it has been doing good. We had a frost 2 weeks ago and I lost 2 leaves.
8 month old Seedling
A beautiful foxtail palm about 1.5 years old!
rare fruiting individual on west coast (California)
ripe fruits in march end of summer in Mauritius
fresh and cleaned fruits - seed
one of the nicer specimens in southern California, in Ventura county
Big Pine Key 8/11
4-5 Year old Foxtail growing in Southern California (San Fernando Valley)
Very odd, foxtail palm flowering in a pot in Commerce, CA - palm does not look real happy either
growing pretty well in Palm Desert, California... this is one of only a handful of crownshafted species that can tolerate this hot and dry climate
leaflets typical of California-grown plant
Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Australia. Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com/