I have about half a dozen, hardy, very slow growing palm trees that I have grown from very small saplings. They very slow growing and are about 10 to 15 years or more years old, they have survived every winter we have had - but would do equally well inside a house or conservatory if given enough light and not near a radiator etc
Suitable for Pots or planting in he ground as a specimen tree/focal point.
Exact Species: Trachycarpus 'Wagernianus' or commonly known as 'Waggies'. They are a much stiffer leaf (and prettier) version of the very common Trachycarpus fortunei found in lots of gardens, superstores and most garden centers. 'Waggies' are still quite a rare and sought after species.
'Waggies' were originally introduced into Europe from Japan in the 19th century They have small, stiff leaves and are therefore more wind tolerant than the 'normal' Trachycarpus fortunei or Chusan palm which has floppy or semi-floppy leaves. The small leaves on the Waggies are also easier to fit into in smaller spaces.
Approx trunk sizes:
Can deliver locally
Picture of larger, mature palm for illustration purposes only ie it takes them years to get that big and if left in a pot, will take even longer!!
NB I also have some much younger and smaller, regular Trachycarpus fortunei palms that I have grown from seed taken from palm trees growing in my Queen's Park, NW6 garden starting from £5