Phoenix canariensis is a flowering plant endemic to the Canary Islands that belongs to the palm family Arecaceae. It's a big, towering single palm that may reach 40 metres in height on rare occasions (131 ft). Pinnate, long leaves with 80–100 leaflets on each side of the centre rachis. The fruit is an oval, yellow to orange drupe with a single big seed that is 2 cm long and 1 cm in diameter. The fruit pulp is edible but not the best of dates.
Botanical Name : Phoenix canariensis
Common Name : Canary Island Palm
Height : 40-60 ft
Spread : 20-40 ft
Germination Info : No pre-treatment required. Soak seed in water at room temperature 24-48 hours prior to sowing (change water after 24 hours).
Hardiness zone : 9-11
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 31