Trachycarpus wagnerianus is a evergreen hardy trees naturalized plants of China native palm of Trachycarpus genus . In Japan,it inhabits the land in the Kanto west of Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa, and likes drainage and good clay. Trachycarpus fortunei is a companions of the Palm. It is dioecious ,as well as the palm , and stem is cylindrical, without branches , stretched vertically from its tip, spring to reconvene the grainy yellow flowers on the spadix, bloom. Fruit is autumn, and black ripens. T.fortunei has a bigger height of the tree and leaf, and the difference between congeneric hemp palm, has a long leafstalk and a tip of a leaf edge bends and hangs down. Otherwise T. wagnerianus has a short leafstalk and the size of height of the tree and the leaf smaller than T.fortunei , but the leaf does not hang down because the organization of the leaf is hard, and a leaf is small.
common name: Trachycarpus wagnerianus,
scientific name:Trachycarpus wagnerianus,
origin: native to China, Habitat: from Kanto West of Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, to Okinawa in Japan, environment: Sun, water and a good clay land, height: 3-7 m, tree diameter: 40-80 cm, length: 30-50 cm, leaves: palmate, petiole long, Monoecious, inflorescence size: spadix, flower color: pale yellow, Flowers: 20-30 cm in length flower diameter:0.4cm, flowering period: April-June: fruit: berries, fruit shape: spherical, fruiting period October-11-the fruit diameter:1.5cm, uses: ornamental, rope, coverings, building materials