Coconut Palm Tree With Fruits
- Same day dispatch via next day courier (un potted items only and orders before 2pm)
- Fitted to small starter planter as standard
- Option to add a stylish planter finished with bonded stone crust
- PLEASE NOTE: IF ORDERING TWO OR MORE, THEY WILL BE DISPATCHED 4 DAY PALLET
- Please note that the stem is a little different to the one in the main picture. It is more like the image you see in our showrrom - the 2nd picture showing a greener trunk and green / yellow fruit.
Height – 5ft 11" / 180cm
Starter Planter - 8inches
This stunning artificial Coconut Palm tree stands at 180cm tall and comes fitted in an 8' starter pot seen in the first image. This artificial Coconut palm tree features a replica trunk and mid to dark green polyester fronds. A 100% botanically accurate replica this palm comes with two replica coconut fruits attached which are green / yellow. To add the extra tropical touch this palm tree displays two hanging coconut fruits (one big, one small).
Our replica palm trees are premium quality, made using top quality silks, plastic and latex to ensure they look lush and healthy for many years.
Where can I use this Artificial Coconut palm tree?
You will be able to create an everlasting tropical look with this fake palm tree. Ranging from a tropical wedding to a themed room in your home or office. It is ideal for conservatories where it will not wither or die like real palms do, or simply to fill an empty corner. It is also the perfect addition to swimming pool areas or any office environment where some greenery is required.
This artificial palm comes fitted to a small starter planter. Please select a planter from the drop down menu if you wish to have this tree potted into a decorative pot.
Interesting fact about Coconuts!
The scientific term of the coconut palm tree is cocos nucifera. The word coconut is most likely to come from the Spanish and Portuguese word coco, which has a meaning of "a grin", "a monkey face" due to the resemblance of the coconut fruit to a human face, or a monkey head, since there are three small indentations on the shell of the fruit. Nucifera, in its turn, comes from Latin, and means "nut-bearing", where fero means "I bear" and nux is "a nut"..