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The Phoenix dactylifera - The real date palm kopen

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Frequently asked questions, FAQ

How fast does the Phoenix dactylifera grow?

A large dactylifera grows faster than a young one, which is especially the case during the summer period. In winter, the dactylifera go to sleep with cold, so they hardly grow, unless they are kept warm. A smaller dactylifera (e.g. 140cm), whose trunk is about 40-50cm, grows by about 10cm a year, and even smaller dactylifera's by even less. This means that it comes down to the size of the dactylifera and the environment, how quickly it grows.

How high does the Phoenix dactylifera get?

A dactylifera grows up to 10 meters high, in the tropics, but in the Netherlands they sometimes don't get higher than 2 meters, unless they are imported and have undergone a special process to get used to our climate. Please note, in the young years a dactylifera grows very slowly and only after a few years it starts to grow.

Phoenix dactylifera, how often water?

In the winter period in the cold, a dactylifera can do without water for a week, and then it shouldn't even get too much, but the warmer the weather and the more sunlight, the more water it needs. During the hottest days, a dactylifera may need to be soaked twice a day.

Phoenix dactylifera, when pruning?

The leaves of the dactylifera can become dry all year round. As soon as they are too dry to make the palm look nice, they can be cut off at the trunk with a pruning shear. In this way the dactylifera form its trunk.

Phoenix dactylifera, when to sow?

We recommend sowing the dactylifera outdoors around spring, but indoors the period does not matter.

The Phoenix dactylifera is planted on a large scale because of the edible fruits, the dates. This planting has been going on for thousands of years, so the original area of distribution is not exactly known. This is probably Southwest Asia or North Africa.

The plant grows to a height of 15-25 metres, with several stems that can grow from one root system. The leaves are composed and can grow up to 3 metres long. Such a composite leaf consists of about 150 partial leaves, each about 30 cm long and 2 cm wide.
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