Washington palm


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Washington palm

n
(Plants) a palm tree, Washingtonia filifera, of California and Florida, having large fan-shaped leaves and small black fruits. Also called: desert palm
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Shirley says they are attracted by anything unusual-looking and with their variety of palm trees, ranging from the Washington palm to the Tapioca palm, a full standing palm and a bamboo, they have certainly ensured their garden has the desired effect.
Photo: Knobby twigs from Washington palm fruit stalk are decorated with oak leaves, maple seeds, everlasting flowers, and teasels
Shirley says they are attracted by anything unusual-looking and with their variety of palm trees, ranging from the Washington palm to the Tapioca palm, a full- standing palm and a bamboo, they have certainly ensured their garden has the desired effect.
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