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Photo Credits:
M. Ritter, W. Mark, J. Reimer and C. Stubler

Photo Locations:
Los Angeles County Arboretum - Arcadia, CA, Pasedena, CA, San Francisco, CA, Fairfield, CA, Quail Botanical Gardens - Encinitas, CA and Santa Barbara Courthouse - Santa Barbara, CA

GUADALUPE PALM
Brahea edulis


General Notes


     Guadalupe Fan Palm is a striking small to medium sized palm with its silvery fronds accenting any landscape setting, with flowers in summer from long drooping stems. It tolerates heat, wind and drought, and it is one of the hardier palms, to 18 degrees F. It is usually seen as a single accent specimen. Has fragrant flower. Native to Guadalupe Island, Mexico.

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