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Orbignya cohune Cohune Palm

Cohune Palm

Attalea cohune
Tree Size: 45 Gallon

Just the plant starting at $750 each*

Total Cost for Installation $1350**

Minimum order $3,500 per install project

Cold Tolerance

25° F

Sun Needs

Full Sun

Water Needs


*Yes! you can buy the plants from us. Free local delivery on special orders over $1500. Subject to availability. Prices subject to change due to market conditions. Please contact us for a firm quote. If applicable, Plant may not be in full bloom or flowering at time of delivery. Curbside drop delivery only. Delivery for Naples and Fort Myers areas only.

** Installation Includes the Palm, Labor, Delivery, Equipment, Supplies (planting soil, mulch, etc.) Removal of Existing Trees is a Separate Charge. Install Pricing for locations free and clear of underground obstacles like roots, stumps, rock, lines and pipes.

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Attalea cohune Cohune Palm

Palm Requirements

The Cohune palm grows well in moist, sandy soils with good drainage. Hardiness: USDA Zones 9 - 12. The cohune palm is believed to be the hardiest palm in the genus Attalea. Cohune Palm requires an irrigation bubbler an a good soaking 2x per week during dry season. Expect this palm to reach maturity at 80ft in 20 years due to a slow growth rate.

Palm Description

This giant palm is perfect for tropical or subtropical climates, in a large yard, Mediterranean style mansion, or along boulevards or driveways.

Country/Region of Origin

Belize, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico Southeast, and Nicaragua.

The cost of planting  on your property may vary.  The Pricing includes the plant, cost of delivery, and cost of labor to install the plant.  Availability and pricing are subject to change.  All plants are purchased and delivered in pristine condition fresh from local south Florida Growers. Our plants are pest and disease free.  Regular hand watering or single tree emitter irrigation are required to keep your plants alive for the first year.

Lawn Irrigation and rainfall will not be sufficient for watering.  Your palm trees will require fertilization to maintain healthy growth.