Slow growing to 10 ft. or more in height, Jelly Palm can be grown in warm, protected areas of the Pacific Northwest. Jelly Palm features a brown, thatchy, thick trunk topped with a striking crown of downward curving, feathery, grayish-green leaves that can grow to more than 6 ft. in length. Jelly Palm produces long spikes of attractive white flowers followed by juicy, tasty, yellowish-orange fruit, which can be eaten fresh and is used to make tasty jams and jellies. Jelly Palm is hardy to about 15°F.
This strikingly attractive and very hardy Palm is a spectacular addition to gardens and landscapes. Windmill Palm can be grown in the ground or in a container on a patio or deck. Windmill Palm can grow to 10-12 ft. in height and features long, dark green fronds. It is hardy to about 0°F..