SpecificationsArchontophoenix alexandrae is a tall and slender palm, more commonly known as the Alexander Palm. This Australian native originates from central and northern Queensland's coastal rainforests, but they are also more commonly grown in gardens across the country. Archontophoenix alexandrae forms feather-like dark green foliage that is ash white underneath, giving a delicate appearance. Archontophoenix alexandrae can be used as a feature, or mass planted along streets. This palm is also ideal for those wanting to add a tropical addition to their everyday garden. Plant Archontophoenix alexandrae in a warm area with exposure to full sun and well draining soils. Water Archontophoenix alexandrae well until established. If using this palm indoors, ensure that the area is well lit. This palm does require more watering in comparison to other varieties. Archontophoenix alexandrae can grow to a height of 15 metres with a width of 3 metres.
Common Name Alexander Palm Plant Type Evergreen, Native Australian Plant, Outdoor, Palm/Cycad, Perennial, Tree Dimensions 15m high x 3m wide Sunlight Full Sun, Part Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Foliage Colour Green Botanical Genus Archontophoenix Botanical Species alexandrae Flower Type No Foliage Type Linear - Parallel Margins, Elongate Width 300 cm Height 1500 cm
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