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Chamaerops humilis Vulcano - total height 130-150 cm - pot Ø 60 cm [pallet]

€349,50

Chamaerops humilis - trunk 60-80 cm - total height 170+ cm - pot Ø 55 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis [pallet] Mediterranean Dwarf Fan Palm

€395,00

Chamaerops humilis Vulcano - mother - trunk 60-80 cm - total height 190+ cm - pot Ø 75 cm [pallet]

€425,00

Chamaerops humilis - trunk 80-100 cm - total height 200+ cm - pot Ø 60 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis [pallet] Mediterranean Dwarf Fan Palm

€445,00

Chamaerops humilis - trunk 100-120 cm - total height 230+ cm - pot Ø 60 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis [pallet] Mediterranean Dwarf Fan Palm

€495,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - circumference 65-75 cm - trunk 60-70 cm - total height 160+ cm - pot Ø 70 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€595,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - trunk 100+ cm - total height 250+ cm - pot Ø 115 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€695,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - circumference 70-80 cm - trunk 60-70 cm - total height 170+ cm - pot Ø 75 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€695,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - circumference 80-90 cm - trunk 80-90 cm - total height 200+ cm - pot Ø 80 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€795,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - circumference 70-80 cm - trunk 90-100 cm - total height 200+ cm - pot Ø 85 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€795,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - circumference 80-90 cm - trunk 70-80 cm - total height 200+ cm - pot Ø 85 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€895,00

Chamaerops humilis Cerifera - circumference 70-80 cm - trunk 110-120 cm - total height 220+ cm - pot Ø 70 cm [pallet]
Chamaerops humilis Cerifera [pallet] Blue Mediterranean dwarf fan palm

€895,00

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Chamaerops

Chamaerops, also known as the European dwarf palm or dwarf fan palm, is a well suited palm tree for any garden. It is one of the hardiest palm trees available and thus very popular, even in colder places such as northern Europe. It is one of the two palms who originate in Europe – in the Mediterranean. It can also be found in northwest Africa. Chamaerops palm trees are known for their great adaptability and the ease of their maintenance.

Would you like to have a Chamaerops in your garden? You can find the most beautiful palm trees for sharp prices at MyPalmShop. We have many different varieties and species available. This included for Chamaerops, for which we have 3 different cultivars and all in various sizes available,. The tropical appearance of this palm creates a pleasant, tropical appearance in your garden or terrace. It can easily be combined with other palm tree species as well to create a beautiful green whole.

Various species of Chamaerops

Chamaerops is subdivided into three well known cultivars. These may initially look very similar, but the three have their own distinctive features. They each have their own characteristics.

  • - Chamaerops humilis: Chamaerops humilis originates in Europe and grows around the Mediterranean. The palmate leaves have a green colour and grow quite close together. This gives the Chamaerops humilis its fairly compact look. This means that the palm is well suited, not only as a garden plant, but as a container plant or at a balcony as well.
  • - Chamaerops humilis Cerifera: At first, Chamaerops humilis Cerifera looks a lot like the Chamaerops humilis mentioned above. They have a similar maintenance and their hardiness is almost the same (though Cerifera can withstand slightly less). However, there are some differences between these palms. The leaves of Chamaerops humilis Cerifera are much more blue of colour and the petioles have more spines as well. Cerifera can also both be used as a garden plant or as a container plant and thus are very versatile in use. Their native habitat is the Atlas mountains in northwest Africa, where they are used to significant droughts.
  • - Chamaerops humilis Vulcano: Chamaerops humilis Vulcano is another hardy dwarf fan palm. It will grow well in both open ground as well as in a pot. Chamaerops humilis Vulcano remains even more compact, despite making a lot of leaves. Its compactness makes it suitable for terraces or balconies as well. Its leaves are dark green on top but more silvery at the bottom; a fantastic addition to any garden as a whole. Chamaerops humilis Vulcano produces more leaves at the cost of trunk growth. This creates a voluminous whole. The name Vulcano reveals its origin – Vulcano is a small island near Sicily.

Why should you buy a European dwarf palm?

Compared to many other palm species, this palm does not grow very large. That can be a big advantage. A palm tree of over 10 metres tall is amazing when you are on holiday, but it might be less practical in your garden. In addition, Chamaerops palm trees can grow and root well in European climates, contrary to many other palms. It can also resist the winters we have here. Temperatures down to -10 degrees are not a problem. It is recommended to protect the palm against excessive water in winters with a lot of rain or frequent frosts or snowfall. Protect the spear (growing point) of your palm, for example by creating a sort of umbrella, by placing the palm underneath a roof or by using water protection. It can resist harsh sunlight (it even loves direct sunlight) but dislikes humidity. Chamaerops palms require at least five hours of direct sunlight and regular watering outside of winter (although it is resistant against droughts). As mentioned before, Chamaerops prefer getting a lot of direct sunlight. The more direct sunlight it receives, the better it grows. It also produces a thin wax layer to protect it against the sun. This wax layer makes the palm look silvery-blue. Rain may temporarily remove this wax layer. All things considered, Chamaerops palms are ideal fan palms to plant in open ground.

European dwarf palms in both large and small sizes

There are many different species of European fan palm but there are also differences in the various sizes available for these. In our assortment you can find all species so you can choose the one that appeals the most to you. Besides that, you can also choose the size of your preferred palm. In a garden, you might want a larger specimen. But a large specimen on a balcony is less suitable. Fortunately Chamaerops palm trees come in sizes from 10 cm tall to heights over 4 metres!

Buy your Chamaerops at MyPalmShop

A beautiful palm tree for your garden. Sounds good, right? With palm trees you will bring a pleasant tropical atmosphere to your garden or balcony. On our website you can find various Chamaerops dwarf palms of the best quality. As specialist in exotic plants, we can advise you regarding maintenance of this beautiful palm species. We are happy to answer any question you may have.

Would you like to have a Chamaerops dwarf fan palm in your garden? Order the palm of your choice and benefit from our excellent and swift service and shipping within the entire EU.


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