Coco Plumoso

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This palm tree, commonly known as "Coco Plumoso", is endemic to South America, it is a magnificent palm that supports very diverse climates, being a very aesthetic and resistant palm tree, reaching great heights, which makes it very slender.


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This palm tree receives many common names, some of them are "Coco Plumoso" known in Brazil, "Coquito" in Argentina and Paraguay, among other names, but its scientific name is "Syagrus romanzoffiana", the pindó palm. It belongs to the Arecaceae family and is endemic to South America, to areas such as Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. It is a palm tree that is currently very fashionable to use it ornamentally, since it withstands both tropical and Mediterranean climates very well. It is characterized by being a very slender palm tree, which can reach 25 meters in height, with the base of the trunk being greater than the crown, standing out for its grayish trunk. It is a stipe or trunk, it is naked and ringed. Its palms can have various sizes, ranging between 2 and 3 meters, being pinnate leaves, finely divided. Its inflorescence is born from between the leaves, in warm seasons such as summer, it is highly branched giving white or yellow flowers. It produces a globose drupe, which depending on its maturity can be green or orange. Withstands temperatures down to -8 ° C.


Las Palmeras can be had both indoors and outdoors. There are varieties that are better adapted to the outdoors or garden, and there are others better adapted to live indoors and in pots.


- Plants in general prefer places with direct light or that have good lighting, it will always be preferable next to a window, on a balcony or on a terrace.

- It is essential that they have good drainage, both in soil and in pot. It is advisable to put a layer of engraving on the bottom of the pot.

- The ideal substrate for palm trees has to be rich in organic matter, a good worm humus.

- Irrigation has to be every 3 or 4 days, before making sure that the substrate is dry, excess water is not good.


- There are palm trees that prefer direct sun and others prefer more shady areas, it is also very important to take into account the climate of the place where you live, there are palm trees well adapted to low temperatures and other palm trees that prefer warmer climates.

- It is essential that they have good drainage, both in soil and in pot. Water puddles are not good for plants in general.

- The ideal substrate for palm trees has to be rich in organic matter, a good worm humus, Compost or Manure would be enough.

- Irrigation, as the palm tree is on the ground and being more intense than in a pot, it can be one watering a week.

- A preventive treatment against diseases with repeated spraying 3 or 4 times a year allows to keep some species of palm trees safe from possible pests.

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