Madagascan Fan Palm

Beccariophoenix Madagascariensi

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Madagascan Fan Palm Description

Beccariophoenix madagascariensis is a solitary palm, which can reach 12 m tall 30 cm wide in the wild.

The stem is tightly woven with brown fibers and the oldest part is ringed with leaf scars.

The leaves are green, large (about 4.5 m long) and pinnate.

Madagascan Fan Palm Maintenance

Loose, well-draining soil that is moderately fertile.

Cactus or succulent soil mixes work well.

Can withstand temperatures down to 40 degrees for a short period of time.

Does very well in the heat.

Occasional, deep watering.

Full sun to partial shade.

Madagascan Fan Palm Alternative Names

Coconut palm.