|Synonymy: Unknown||Distribution: Middle East, Pakistan|
|Common names: Mazari palm||Conservation status: Not threatened|
|Beginning of terminal inflorescence.||Closeup of leaf base.|
Nannorrhops come from Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Arabia. This palm
is very slow growing and can take hot desert conditions as well as snow storms. This is a
clustering palm and each stem will die after the flower has produced seed and then the
palm will produce a new leaf. This is a palm
the should be in every garden.
Top photo courtesy University of Florida-IFAS. Middle photos courtesy and copyright © 2001, Leif Klingstrom; Naples Botanical Garden, Italy. Bottom left photo copyright © 1997, Jody Haynes; USDA Subtropical Horticultural Research Station, Miami, FL; bottom right photo courtesy and copyright © 1998, Mike Maxson, Palms of the World.
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information on this palm.
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