Jubaea Chilensis (Chilean Wine Palm)

Plant Description
It is especially slow growing when young eventually attaining a very thick trunk.

Unusually for a palm it is monoecious and produces edible fruit called coquito’s which resemble and taste like a miniature coconut. It is becoming uncommon in its native habitat as it is cut down for its sugary sap which is distilled to make the delicacy known as ‘palm honey’ hence it is now a protected species.

Nevertheless, Jubaea chilensis is a very impressive palm but because of its rarity and slow growing disposition we presently only offer one size and stock is limited.

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All the images of our Palms on this site and in our online shop are of the actual plant that is for sale.

*There may occasionally be slight changes in appearance, as we regularly prune and tidy up our palms between the photographs being taken and the plant being sold.