Spacing of Queen Palms - Knowledgebase Question

Bonita, CA
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Question by robertmsherm
June 5, 2005
I have seen Queen Palms planted relatively close together, and they seem to do fine. I am planning to purchase 24

Answer from NGA
June 5, 2005
In its native Brazil, the Queen Palm can grow 50' tall and 20-25' wide. However, most Queen Palms will remain smaller in landscape settings. The ultimate size yours may reach will depend upon growing conditions - soil type, frequency of water application and, of course, whether or not you fertilize. If you space your palms closer than 25', the tops may touch when they're mature. If there's a real concern, you might consider growing Rhapis (Lady Palm; 5'-12' tall and wide), or Sabal palmetto (Cabbage Palm; 20' tall, 10' wide). Hope this information is helpful!

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