Coconut Palms

The Coconut Palm, Cocos nucifera, is an evergreen tree easily recognizable by its large, compound leaves that give it its recognizable silhouette. The leaves, known as fronds are arranged at the top of an unbranched stem. The Coconut Palm is native to tropical and subtropical climates as it thrives in moist and hot climates and is typically found along tropical seashores.

The Coconut Palm often represents warm weather and beach vacations. The average lifespan of the Coconut Palm consists of 60 to 80 years. Coconut Palms can produce up to 75 fruits per year that do not attract wildlife, but is suitable for human consumption.


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Evergreen Trees are plants with leaves that always remain green throughout the duration of a year. Unlike deciduous trees that adapt for seasonal shifts by losing their foliage in the winter or dry seasons, evergreen trees never lose all of their leaves at a single regular moment.

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