Pony Tail Palm

Beaucarnea recurvata

Family: Asparagaceae


May be included in the genus Nolina in some texts.

Sometimes also called Ponytail "Palm" but not really a palm. It does have a somewhat palm-like appearence. The base of the trunk swells dramatically as the plant grows, so bear this in mind when selecting a site.

More to come in future updates.


Where to buy Beaucarnea in Qld

Ask your local garden centre for Beaucarnea recurvata, but you may need to seek out a specialist supplier for more unusual species. Check also Succulent Nurseries.
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Other Information Online


Beaucarnea recurvata Ponytail Palm Cal's Plant of the Week, University of Oklahoma
Beaucarnea recurvata Photos plus some information on the nature of trunk formation in this plant. "Botany Photo of the Day", University of British Columbia Botanical Garden & Centre for Plant Research
Beaucarnea recurvata: Ponytail University of Florida
Ponytail Palm, Beaucarnea recurvata Master Gardener Program, University of Wisconsin-Extension
Beaucarnea recurvata The Central Ohio Cactus and Succulent Society
Beaucarnea (Nolina) recurvata University of Vermont, USA
Nolina recurvata Trees of Miami, Florida, USA
Propagate Ponytail Palm New Mexico State University
Huge Ponytail Palm Photos illustrating height and girth this plant can achieve over time. At the Another Yard in Fort Pierce blog
My 20ft tall Ponytail Palm at the A Yard In Fort Pierce blog
My Ponytail Palm new growth At the A Succulent Life blog, South Florida
Nolina recurvata (Ponytail/Bottle Palm) John&Jacq~s Garden, Malaysia
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