“Washingtonia Flibusta”, a hybrid of Washingtonia flifera and Washingtonia robusta, is thought by many in the landscape industry to be a superior hybrid.
Slower growing than the robusta.
Heavier trunk then the Robusta variety but not as gigantic as the Filifera.
Fronds are larger than is commonly found on the Robusta but again, not as large as the Filifera.
Cold Tolerance: Zone 8 Drought Tolerance: High Salt Tolerance: Med Light Requirements: Full sun to partial sun Nutritional Requirements: All landscapes love fertilizer
Streetscapes, rows and individual or staggered group accent plantings. The canopies measure 8-10 feet across and the trunks can be thatched for a more natural look or skinned for a cleaner, more formal look.
15,000 IN PRODUCTION 7-20’ CT - Frond Length 7’
Sold at wholesale. Flexible pricing and payment terms.