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Jelly Palm Overview
Butia capitata is noted for being one of the hardiest feather palms, tolerating temperatures down to about −10 °C! It is widely cultivated in temperate climates. The fruit can be eaten (it is tart and sweet at the same time) with a flesh similar to a loquat, but slightly more fibrous.
Common problems with Jelly Palm
Generally trouble free when grown outdoors.
How to harvest Jelly Palm
Fruit are harvested when ripe in late summer.
How to propagate Jelly Palm
Sow seed in spring.
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