How fast does trachycarpus fortunei grow?

How fast does trachycarpus fortunei grow?

Windmill palms are naturally slow-growing. They can grow up to 40 feet but in most cases, it’s growth stunts at around 10 to 20 feet. Their growing pace is quickened with an even fertilizer regimen, consistent soil moisture, and a long warm growing season.

How do you grow Trachycarpus Wagnerianus?

Waggies will grow to 5-6 metres in ultimate height, and about 2 metres in spread (over 50 years) ; and have a slow growth habit. They prefer full sun but can do well in partial shade exposures as well. Provide a moist, rich, and well-drained soil media of near neutral, slightly acidic, or slightly alkaline pH.

How tall do trachycarpus fortunei grow in the UK?

Additional Information

Order Arecales
Cultivation Full sun or partial shade when small. Rich moist and well-drained soil. Feed and water well throughout the growing season.
Eventual Height 12 m
Eventual Spread 3 m
Hardiness Extremely hardy

How quickly does trachycarpus Wagnerianus grow?

It can grow at a rate of about a foot of trunk a year and despite what you may think about this tree it grows best in cooler weather and actually dislikes extreme heat. It can grow to 20 metres but it may take 60 to 70 years to reach its full height.

How often should I water trachycarpus fortunei?

Watering: Water regularly during growing season. Do not overwater. There is normally no need to water Chusan palms during the winter, only make sure the root ball does not dry out. Hardiness: Frost hardy down to -9°C (mature plants can tolerate even lower temperatures).

Can you dig up trachycarpus fortunei?

If you’ve just dug one up, you’ll know. So as long as there is a good core to the plant, it should live. Bear in mind that plants grown in pots are more tender than those grown in the ground, because the roots are effectively above ground, so lose heat more easily in cold weather.

How do you water trachycarpus fortunei?

Good rich well drained soil is ideal; however it will also tolerate a heavier clay soil too. If possible water copiously through the summer, it will greatly benefit the plant, little if any water is needed in the winter.