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Not very hardy.
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Looks like a phoenix roebelenii to me Jacko. You would have to bring indoors for the winter, but can be outside during summer months. Caution with direct sunlight though as leaves can be badly scorched
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i was thinking maybe phoenix roebelenii but wasn't 100 percent sure it looked different abit like a differnt palm , thanks for replies
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Caution with direct sunlight though as leaves can be badly scorched
For the 1st year then new growth is shorter and bushier and takes direct sunlight all day long.
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looks like a phoenix roebelenii to me Jacko. you will have to bring interior for the iciness, however can be outdoor all through summer time months. caution with direct sunlight though as leaves may be badly scorched