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Sabal domingensis (photo courtesy of Rob Cardillo)
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Zones 12-17, 19-24, H1, H2
Full Sun
Full
Regular Water
Moderate

Sabal domingensis

Hispaniola Palmetto

Evergreen, Palms and cycads, Trees

SABAL

Slow-growing fan palms; some have trunks, some do not. Mature plants bear large clusters of tiny flowers among the leaves. Tolerate salt spray. All withstand 20°F/–7°C.

Sabal domingensis

Native to the Caribbean. Ultimately to 80 ft. or taller and 20 ft. wide, with fan-shaped, immense gray-green leaves to 9 ft. across.

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