Brahea dulcis (Blue)
The Rock Palm is certainly the most confusing of the Braheas: the stems
can be short or tall, thick or thin, solitary or suckering, and the leaves
can range from green to glaucous blue. Furthermore, its range consists
of N. Mexico right down to Guatemala, with many variations along the way.
A very tough, drought and frost-resistant, easy-to-grow palm for temperate
and subtropical climates. This particular rare variety has beautiful,
silvery blue leaves.