Hispaniola Palmetto Palm Tree (sabal domingensis)

The bigger brother to the Palmetto palm, the Hispaniola Palm has a large robust and stocky trunk that can attain 2 feet in diameter and reach as much as 60 feet tall. The canopy of the palm is a massive 20 to 25 feet across and consists of about 6 foot long stemmed fronds with 4 foot long leaves. The segmented leaves are split half way down and the tips are divided in two providing a soft, graceful, draping appearance. Once established this palm can grow at a rate of a foot a year.

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