Mazari palm is the popular name for Nannorrhops Ritchiana. It is one of the most resilient palms. It's a bunching palm-like shrub with a few stems sprouting from a single base. The stems grow slowly and securely together, reaching a height of 3–7 feet or more. It's a fan palm, with long, smooth petioles that finish in a 20–30 handout aficionado that's 30–12 cm long and has an unmistakable glaucous blue-green to dim green shade. At the highest point of the stems, the blossoms are produced in tall, open groups up to ten feet long; it is typically dioecious, having male and female blooms on different plants.
Botanical Name : Nannorrhops ritchiana, Silver
Common Name : Mazzori Palm
Height : 10 ft
Spread : 5 ft
Germination Info : No pre-treatment. Seed germinates sporadically and slowly over a long period of time.
Hardiness zone : 7-11
Other info : Drought tolerant, Xenotrophic
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 19