Wachintona, Mexican Palm – Washingtonia Robusta
Origin: Northwest Mexico and California
Trunk measurements: 150/175 175/200 20/30 30/40 40/50 50/60 60/80 80/100 200/225 225/250 100/125 125/150 250/500 500/900
Description: It belongs to the Arecaceae family, known as palmaceae, a family of monocotyledons. Its appearance once the palm tree is grown is impressive, as it can reach 30 meters in height if it meets the best conditions. Its shape is quite curious, starting with a thickened trunk that becomes thinner as it grows taller. The shape of its leaves resemble those of a fan and the shape of the fruits it produces are spherical, in large quantities, blackish in color and half a centimeter in diameter. It is usually given an ornamental use, especially for subtropical and temperate climates.