Mexican Fan Palm | Drought Tolerant Trees

The Mexican Fan Palm (Washingtonia robusta) can be used to add a southwestern, tropical flare to just about any landscape. They can be used formally, planted in straight lines along roads, driveways or sidewalks. Informal planting of varying heights, mixed with dwarf palm varieties.

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Water Needs

Wet to dry soil

Exposure

Full sun to partial shade

Height

80-100 feet

Canopy Width

10-15 feet

Growth Rate

Over 36 inches per season

Flowers

Inconspicuous

Fruit

Small black drupe

Pest & Disease

Susceptible to Beetle Borers

Fire Resistance

Favorable

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