The endemic fan palm Chamaerops humilis; Majorca, Balearic islands, Spain.

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The endemic fan palm Chamaerops humilis; Majorca, Balearic islands, Spain.

By Shelley Pierce I admit it. I like unique and wonderful things. My taste in plants and trees, in particular, is like a Ripley’s Believe It or Not of the horticulture world. I think that’s the reason I’m fascinated with the Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis). With multiple brown trunks of fibrous bark that are scaled like a pinecone from top to bottom and triangular fan-shaped leaves, it really appeals to my sense of weirdness, and I just have to know more about it. So please join me in learning more about Mediterranean fan palm plants and discover how to grow Mediterranean fan palms! Mediterranean Fan Palm Information The Mediterranean fan palm is great in a standalone planting or can be planted with other Mediterranean fan palm plants to create a unique looking hedge or privacy screen. This palm is native to the Mediterranean, Europe and North Africa. Leaves will

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