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Palm Tree Identification

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Impossible to tell at this size (and sans flowers/fruit) but it looks a lot like a clumped growth of several Phoenix canariensis (which would be a rather uncommon thing to do deliberately by the way). The tallest central tree is definitely different to the lower, but that may be naught more than an indication of the differing ages of each tree.



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