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Trachycarpus takil- Kumaon Fan Palm - 5 Seeds, ❄️ 10°F ( -12°C)

Trachycarpus takil- Kumaon Fan Palm - 5 Seeds, ❄️ 10°F ( -12°C)

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Trachycarpus takil: The Iron Palm for All Seasons ❄️

Bring a touch of rustic charm and unparalleled toughness to your home with the Trachycarpus takil, also known as the Kumaon Fan Palm! This cold-hardy palm survives in temperatures as low as 10°F ( -12°C), making it a perfect choice for those in cooler climates. Its distinctive fan-shaped fronds add a touch of exotic flair to any space.

Here's why you'll love the Trachycarpus takil:

  • Built to last: This palm is a true survivor, thriving in various climates and even tolerating cold winters! ❄️
  • Low-maintenance majesty: Despite its resilience, the Trachycarpus takil is surprisingly easy to care for, making it ideal for busy plant parents.
  • Unique conversation starter: The cold-hardy nature of this palm is sure to spark curiosity and conversation among your guests!

Care Tips:

  • Light: Prefers bright, indirect light. It can tolerate some direct sun in cooler climates. ☀️
  • Water: Water regularly during the growing season, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Reduce watering in winter.
  • Soil: Well-draining soil is crucial.
  • Temperature: This palm is exceptionally cold-hardy, tolerating temperatures as low as 10°F ( -12°C). Protect it from strong winds during cold snaps.

This plant may be toxic to pets and children, so keep it out of reach!


Propagating the Trachycarpus takil (Kumaon Fan Palm) from Seeds: A Test of Patience

The Trachycarpus takil, known for its resilience and exotic beauty, can be propagated from seeds. However, it requires patience and specific care due to its slow germination rate. Here's what you need to know:

Important Considerations:

  • Slow Germination: Germination can take anywhere from 3-6 months or even longer, requiring consistent care.
  • Cold Stratification: Simulating winter conditions can improve germination rates.

If you're up for the challenge, here's a propagation guide:

What you'll need:

  • Seed tray or pot with drainage holes
  • Well-draining potting mix
  • Sand (optional)
  • Clear plastic wrap or bag
  • Heat mat (optional)
  • Spray bottle
  • Warm water


  1. Seed Selection: Find a reputable source for fresh Trachycarpus takil seeds.
  2. Cold Stratification (Optional): For potentially better germination, place the seeds in a moist mixture of sand and potting mix in a sealed plastic bag and store them in a refrigerator for 2-3 months.
  3. Prepare the Potting Mix: Use a well-draining mix specifically formulated for palms or create your own by combining equal parts peat moss, perlite, and vermiculite.
  4. Planting: Fill your pot or tray with the potting mix. Moisten the mix but avoid making it soggy. Plant the seeds about 1/2 inch deep and leave some space between each seed for growth.
  5. Creating a Greenhouse Environment: Cover the pot or tray with clear plastic wrap or a bag to maintain humidity and warmth. Consider using a heat mat set to around 77°F (25°C) to further accelerate germination (optional).
  6. Germination and Care: Place the pot or tray in a warm location with bright, indirect light. Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy. Mist the surface regularly to maintain humidity. Germination can take a very long time, so be patient!
  7. Seedling Care: Once seedlings emerge, gradually introduce them to lower humidity by creating small ventilation holes in the plastic wrap/bag. Eventually, remove the covering completely. Maintain consistent moisture and provide bright, indirect light as the seedlings grow.
  8. Repotting: Once the seedlings reach a few inches tall with established root systems, you can repot them into individual containers.


  • Freshness Matters: Fresh seeds have a higher germination rate than older seeds.
  • Patience is Key: Germination for Trachycarpus takil can be very slow, so be patient and provide consistent care.
  • Warmth is Helpful: Using a heat mat can encourage faster germination (especially after cold stratification).
  • Maintain Moisture: Consistent moisture is crucial, but avoid overwatering.
  • Bright, Indirect Light: Provide your seedlings with bright, indirect light for healthy growth.

Remember: Growing Trachycarpus takil from seeds is a long-term project. Purchasing a mature palm from a reputable nursery might be a quicker option if you're looking to enjoy this unique plant sooner.


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