Rhapidophyllum hystrix Needle Palm 1gallon

$12.00
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Rhapidophyllum hystrix (Needle Palm) 5-8 ft; gaining popularity as a landscape plant; thrives in droughty conditions as well as moist shade; rich green fan-shaped fronds give a distinctive look that is welcomed in the landscape; cold hardy to Zone 7. SIZE

One gallon.

Reviews

  • 5
    Great Palms

    Posted by Steve Lowe on Feb 16th 2023

    Great service, fast shipping, packaging very nice, healthy palms. 5 stars.

  • 5
    Rhapidophyllum hystrix Needle Palm 1gallon

    Posted by Michael on Feb 16th 2023

    The plants I received were of excellent quality and carefully packed. They arrived quickly. I highly recommend Mail Order Natives!

  • 5
    Needle palm

    Posted by G Guzman on Feb 10th 2023

    Plants arrived larger than expected, and in perfect shape!

  • 5
    1 Gallon Needle palm

    Posted by Angela Ellenburg on Feb 1st 2023

    These needle palms arrived promptly, packaged well and were beautiful 1 gallon containers. Very good experience with this company.

  • 5
    Gorgeous Needle Palms

    Posted by Jay Yourch on Jan 26th 2023

    Beautifully grown, stocky young plants. Great service and excellent packing.

  • 5
    RHAPIDOPHYLLUM HYSTRIX NEEDLE PALM 1GALLONNeedle Palms

    Posted by Emmet McMahan on Jan 20th 2023

    They arrived in perfect condition and were bigger than I thought they would be. You'll get more business from me in the spring

  • 5
    Needle Palms

    Posted by Emmet McMahan on Jan 20th 2023

    They arrived in perfect condition and were bigger than I thought they would be. You'll get more business from me in the spring

  • 5
    Needle palms

    Posted by Andrew hosier on Jan 13th 2023

    Excellent packaging. Plants small but as expected. Dense and robust root systems. I am very satisfied with them!

  • 5
    I bought two 1 gallon plants. The plants were very healthy looking.

    Posted by David Lake on Dec 28th 2022

    The plant balls were contained in a plastic bag and tightly fastened to secure the moist soil around the roots. They were packed among shredded paper to protect the leaves from damage. In fact I had to leave them packaged in a cold garage for several days before I could attend to them. They still looked great!