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The co-operative travel palm trees

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The co-operative travel palm trees

  1. 1. Trachycarpus Fortunei• Trachycarpus Fortunei has already acclimatized in many European countries, such as Great Britain, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland.• Trachycarpus Fortunei is the most hardy fan palm and can be kept outdoors all year round.• Origin: central China, Burma, northern India• Common Name: Chusan Palm, Windmill Palm• Situation: Full sun / part shade• Hardiness: up to –22 C• Overall size: 200 – 360 cm• Trunk height: 100 – 180 cm
  2. 2. Chamaerops Humilis Vulcano• Chamaerops Humilis Vulcano grows naturally on the Vulcano island (about 16 miles north of Sicily).• Vulcano island appeared in the mythology of ancient Greece and Rome as a workshop of the gods.• Origin: Vulcano island, Sicily• Situation: Full sun, part/full shade• Hardiness: up to –5° C• Overall size: 100 cm
  3. 3. Dracaena Draco• Guanches people, the first inhabitants of the Canary Islands, believed that this tree had magical properties. When the bark or leaves are cut they secrete a reddish resin, one of the sources of the substance known as Dragons blood.• That Dragons blood was used to stain wood of original Stradivarius violins.• Dracaena Draco is categorized as “Vulnerable species”.• Origin: Canary Island, Cape Verde, Madeira• Common Name: Dragon Tree• Situation: Full sun / part shade• Hardiness: do not tolerate the cold and wind• Overall size: 160 – 300 cm• Trunk height: 80 - 180 cm
  4. 4. Olea Europaea Bonsai• According to Greek mythology, the olive tree is a gift for humanity from Athena, the goddess of wisdom. There are some places where olive groves are hundreds of years and some trees are over 2000 years old. Mature olive trees are famous for their incredible resistance. They can survive drought, disease, fire and frost• Art of bonsai and minimization of trees gives you the opportunity to have an old legendary olive tree which can suit any place. Create a unique atmosphere of calm and patience everywhere you want.• Overall size with pot: 200 – 230 cm• Overall size without pot: 150 – 180 cm• Trunk height: 100 – 120 cm• Trunk girth: 120 – 160 cm• Weight: 300 – 500 kg• Age: more than 100 years old
  5. 5. Find out more about palm trees on the facebook:www.facebook.com/TropicGardenLtd or on the website: www.tropicgarden.co.ukIf you have any questions please write: contact@tropicgarden.co.uk

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