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The Bismark Palm

Bismarckia nobilis



The Bismark palm is one of the most beautiful fan palms for subtropical landscapes. It is a palm native to Madagascar. This Palm can grow to massive proportions, young specimens can spread to 20 feet or more. The Bismark Palm is quite resistant to cold weather. It has been known to tolerate sudden drops in temp to below freezing.

Freeze damage can occur, but will recover in a single season of growth. In fact, The Bismark Palm is quite resistant to cold weather. It has been known to tolerate sudden drops in temp to below freezing.

The Bismark has the ability to grow fast even in non-tropical climates. This palm likes direct sunlight and is mostly a trouble free palm.

In the tropics the Bismark Palm is able to reach a trunk height of 20' in just 7-10 years. Bismarckias have one of the most massive and impressive crowns of all the palms.


The Bismark palm is one of the most beautiful fan palms for subtropical landscapes. It is a palm native to Madagascar.  This Palm can grow to massive proportions, young specimens can spread to 20 feet or more. Freeze damage can occur, but will recover in a single season of growth.  In the tropics this palm is able to reach a trunk height of 20' in just 7-10 years. Bismarckias have one of the most massive and impressive crowns of all the palms.

The Bismark Palm - Bismarckia nobilis

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Palm Tree Facts:
This Palm tree is available to buy Common Name: The Bismark Palm
Also known as:
Scientific Name: Bismarckia nobilis
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Order: Arecales
Family: Arecaceae
Genus: Bismarckia
Species: B. nobilis
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