Despite its name and palm-like appearance, the ponytail palm is not a true “palm.” In fact, it is more closely related to desert plants and succulents. The typical ponytail palm consists of a large, domed “stump,” which tapers off into a thinner stem. From the top of the stem, one or more rosettes of long, green, leathery leaves develop as the plant ages. The Ponytail Palm is drought tolerant, slow-growing, and requires very little care.
Palms are priced based on Size and Maturity.
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