A PUNCHY PALM WITH A PUNKY TRUNK: YOU’LL BE TOTALLY PLEASED WITH AN ARIKURY.
Q: I have a small courtyard area and want a nice accent palm that looks different and exotic. It can’t be too big. What do you suggest? I live in Southwest Florida.
A: ArtisTree has the perfect choice for you: an Arikury palm with a trunk pattern like no other. The leaf bases or “boots” are purposely left a bit long to form a spiral pattern — a sort of punk, spiky look that’s sure to turn heads. Growing to a maximum of about 10 feet, it’s the perfect accent for small or tight spaces such as a pool-cage planter, architectural alcove or smaller garden. We especially like the look of multiple Arikury palms lining a walkway surrounded by lower-story plants. Its feathery, dark-green pinnate fronds resemble a feather duster, only they’re much prettier (and dust-free, we might add).
Plant your Arikury in sun or shade (partial shade works best) and keep it out of wet areas for years of enjoyment. I’m confident that this feisty, fashionable palm will make a striking addition to your courtyard!
Category Landscape Design, Plant selection
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