Champagne Palm Plant
Champagne Palm is a beautiful palm with a bold presence. It’s a very beautiful palm that is often chosen by tropical resorts, hotels, and communities to line the streets and driveways because its roots won’t break through roads or sidewalks. Palm Hyophorbe lagenicaulis, known commonly as the Bottle Palm or Palmiste Gargoulette, is a species of flowering plant in the Arecaceae family. The Indian Nursery is a grower of this rare palm in India.
Bottle Palm has a large swollen (sometimes bizarrely so) trunk. It is a myth that the trunk is a means by which the palm stores water. Bottle Palm has only four to six leaves open at any time. The flowers of the palm arise from under the crownshaft.
Bottle palms are very cold sensitive and are killed at 32°F (0°C) or colder for any appreciable length of time. They may survive a brief, light frost, but will have foliage damage. Petersburg-Clearwater in coastal central Florida.
While habitat destruction may destroy the last remaining palms in the wild, the survival of the species and assured due to its ubiquitous planting throughout the tropics and subtropics as a specimen plant.
Preferably full sun.
Regular Watering with high humidity.
Alkaline and Well Drained.
Fertilize with a good quality granular palm fertilizer containing micronutrients – do this in spring, summer-fall.
Plant Royals at a distance of 8 feet to the building, because as to allow room for the fronds to spread out and falling fronds don’t cause damage.