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Phoenix trees do not grow as tall as the other palm trees. They still have leaves opening in umbrella like shapes from the top of the trunk. There are two main families for phoenix trees: one is originally from Canarias and the other is the typical date palm. The first one is the most present in the west, while date palms are generally from middle east and they are taller with the typical date fruits. The phoenix trees leaves are green and lucid and they are very characteristic and recognizable. Date palms are generally less used for inside locations and they would need much more care than the regular canary island ones, which are preferred.
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Phoenix trees are reproducible with seeds during the spring season, while for the date palm you will need the nut coming from the fruit. Once the plant is big enough to be transplanted or repotted, be sure you place it in a sunny place but do not let it be touched directly by the sunlight. Wind is not welcome and during the cold season, it is a good idea to cover it with a plastic coverage cloth. The soil should be light and not particularly humid. A good location is based on a wooded like soil.
Since the Phoenix tree is often grown inside, it is necessary to water it with frequency and with a lot of water and this happens even more if you are growing in the ground. Always wait for the soil to dry out before re-watering. A very bad enemy for phoenix trees are beetles and similar. Since they are very present in offices or gardens, it is a good idea to keep them healthy and parasites free in order to make them live for longer without being damaged by eventual diseases or bad care. Parasites are easily removable with solutions and sprays.