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fan palm

emblem of eternal life among early Christians. [Plant Symbolism: Embolden, 25–26]
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Where their range overlaps with that of native desert fan palms (Washingtonia filifera), western yellow bats appear to select those palms (as well as Yucca species and other palm species) for roosting (Higginbotham et al.
During reconnaissance of the preserve, small populations of Melia azedarach (Chinaberry) and Tamarix aphylla (athel tamarisk) were noted in the Washington fan palm nursery and on the banks of the Rio Grande, respectively.
From Mastodon Peak, visitors can descend to the Lost Palms Oasis Trail, a path guiding hikers past giant rock monoliths to a stand of native fan palms.
Two real palms you can easily raise are the popular Chusan Palm (Trachycarpus fortunei) and the Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis).
Chamaerops humilis - the Mediterranean Fan palm is another classic tropical choice and will grow to 180cm240cm.
The only truly hardy palm in this country is Trachycarpus fortunei, the Chinese windmill or Chusan fan palm.
The local materials used by these Southern California students included leaf sheafs from the giant philodendron, New Zealand flax plants, King Palm fruit stems, fan palm, Draco Dracena, iris leaves, date palm fruit stem, grapevine, ivy, honeysuckles and many more.
Released by the Fan Palm Research Project, You Can't Eat Dirt: Leading the First All-Women Tribal Council and How We Changed Palm Springs chronicles Olinger's trailblazing political career.
The sturdy trunks of California fan palm (Washingtonia filifera) anchor the front yard (previous page), designed by Marcello Villano.
Water relations and community composition in three blue fan palm oases across the Californian-Sonoran Biome transition.
Speaking of the palms that you grow, the Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis) is highly recommended for Chatsworth, where winter frosts are common.