Sabal yapa is a species of palm that grows in Belize, Guatemala, western Cuba and South-East Mexico. In these countries the fruit extracts were used as sedative and to stimulate the appetite, The Maya's traditionally used the palm to thatch roofs. The Sabal palm has grey-blue leaves with a bright cream-yellow costa. Juveniles have very wide segments, while adult palms have deeply split blades with thin segments. This palm can take short light frosts.
Protect from -7°C
Light sun/light shade