Sabal domingensis

Synonymy: None Distribution: Haiti, Hispaniola, eastern Cuba
Common names: Palmetto palm, latanier, cana Conservation status: Not threatened

Sabal domingensis

Photo courtesy and copyright 1998, Mike Smith; taken in Dominican Republic.

Sabal domingensis

Sabal domingensis is native to Hispaniola. It grows well in hot dry inland areas, as well as tropical climates. It can reach a height of 60 feet, so give it plenty of room, although it is slow growing and does not seem to mind cool winter temperatures. Bottom photo courtesy and copyright 1998, Mike Maxson, Palms of the World; Huntington Botanical Garden, San Marino, CA.

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