I had a Queen Palm at my house for over 50 years and it never had a problem with any hurricanes, it did die when the neighbor decided to put in a new fence and the pole hole full of cement was right next to it…. Queen palm trees are stately, single-trunked palms topped with glossy, bright pinnate leaves that droop softly in a graceful canopy. I’m no jelly maker, but I’m hoping someone here will have an idea or even a good recipe. They are not a problem to the palm. South Africa. Can I do anything with these ,plant them in other words. Apparently a count you could not count on. This year the poor tree was replaced twice. I got rid of the sego palms because I’m a dog owner and know how poisonous they are. What can I do to help it through the rest of this hot summer? Thank you so much for all your hard work. That means it was neglected, then fed and watered well, then neglected again. However, in using both methods, I did find that it is best if you can let the fruits ripen on the tree and harvest as they fall. Although they are orange when ripe, I only harvested those which came off of the stems with a gentle little twist. Aromatic and sweet the dates are sticky and fibrous with a very … Labs who eat anything & everything, should be protected from the fruit. The steps to clean them and juice them was very helpful , but I would love some recipes . I am upset. I removed the ripened fruit. Choose a country to see content specific to your location. Its fruits are edible and sometimes eaten; consisting of a hard nut surrounded with a thin layer of fibrous flesh that is orange and sticky when ripe. In my country the resident do not enjoy them as edible fruit. I now have gallons of fruit if I want them. i am now harvesting this year’s crop. Hi, does anybody know if the fruit of a queen palm is edible, or a good site that would give information on it. I have no specific information about that. I took on too many this time around, but I don’t want to give up yet. All rights reserved. Evidently I misspelled a number of them as I can’t find them on your blog. The Queen Palm’s scientific name is a bit of a hodge-podge. When the pot of fruit has cooled for the hour (you should be able to handle it by this time without burning your hands (although the fruit still may be warm or even on the hottish side), begin to put a handful of fruit at a time into a jelly bag and squeeze. Sago palm (Metroxylon sagu) Sago palms are low, multi-stemmed trees, rarely over 9 meters (27 feet) tall, with a stout, spiny trunk. When I peeled the fibrous outer material off of one of the drier fruits I found a hard seed that looked like a very miniature coconut inside. Pinnate, or feather-like, fronds are found on some of the most common palm varieties, including the areca palm, coconut palm, queen palm, and date palm. This is how I came to start juicing Queen Palm Berries. My next attempts will include a more smooth flan, jelly, pie- maybe a cheesecake! I decided to try to make a jelly from the fruit that I had gathered, so my next question was how to extract any juices from these little guys, as there was nothing to really cook down, like you would a raspberry, and with most of the thing being nothing but pit, a juicer was totally out of the question. You may change your settings at any time. Sure, but improving their germination is beyond my area of expertise. We have a 30 year old (I’m guessing based on the age of the house) Queen Palm outside our picture window, which we are very attached to. One must wait for a palm seed to develop its mature size and color. My question is what time in the pod or seed cluster production is best to harvest? Unlike the much shorter and also edible Pindo Palm, the Queen Palm is usually too tall to harvest the dates easily. I think we were lucky. Also the large seed lodges behind their back teeth preventing them from eating thus starving. I attended your class in Meade Gardens a couple months ago and wrote down 40 names of plants you identified. Now it is the tongue twisting Syagrus Romanzoffiana (sigh-AY-gruss roe-man-zoff-ee-AY-nuh or see-A-grus ro-man-zof-fee-A-na)  Though those and at least a half-a-dozen other names most people just called it the Queen Palm (or occasionally the Giriba palm.). These are bright orange seeds that are large and poisonous. They like these! Queen palm or Cocus palm fruits are technically edible when ripe. It is very yummy. Do you know if this will hurt them? thank you for all your knowledge and willingness to put a page like this up. Likes ample moisture and is slightly salt tolerant. I fear this will endanger our tree. After simmering, remove from heat and let sit 1 hour to cool. So, after a little more digging, I discovered how to extract the juice from these fruits, which would be the base for a few different recipes. 3) by Pamela Crawford. Curiously the University of Florida refers to the Queen Palm date as “ornamental” and classifies the palm as a category II invasive species. MATERIAL CONNECTION DISCLOSURE: You should assume that this website has an affiliate relationship and/or another material connection to the persons or businesses mentioned in or linked to from this page and may receive commissions from purchases you make on subsequent web sites. The fruit is safe to eat. I need help with our palm. Palm oils are used primarily for soaps and candles, but they are also found in margarines and candy. We lost our dachshund because he kept eating the fruit seeda and all. I have, but it’s an awful lot of work for a tiny morsel of coconut. I have an oil press that can handle a seed the size of the Queen palm nut. One is left to picking them up off the ground where they can develop a white mold. Photo by Tiki Room. It has over 30 fronds and looks like a giant puff ball. by what age queen palm starts yielding fruits. When they turned orange and began falling off their bunches, they were ready to harvest. The only ones we lost out of 10 were two due to severe lighting damage. Ours can be trimmed back every year and the fruit still shows up on time! Discover. You can see the fibers nature in the older, brown/gray fruit. Once you have your thoroughly strained liquid, you may now use it for your recipes or freeze it. Ours did fine during Irma. I’m looking for a jelly recipe. How long can the juice of the queen palm be stored in the refrigerator before using it to make jelly? Sylvester Palm Tree Before I met one I had read it was toxic. The fronds have a slight silvery color to them. And the bats themselves get stuck in the fronds, which apparently throws off their radar. I have been experimenting with queen Palm fruits. Pups, esp. And can it serve the purpose of poultry and livestock with out pressing oil from them. The Queen Palm and I got off on the wrong frond. A friend asks if a beautiful palm has edible fruit: “There is a palm tree in the front yard of a house we bought in Ocala about 18 months ago. The fruits are made into jam in some South American countries. Why cross them? I’m so glad I found this blog!!! It tastes just like coconut. I think that it is very important to discover all that mother nature offers from her “plant pantry”, especially that which is sustainable, with no danger of an over harvest. When palm seeds are green, they are seldom ready for germination and have poor success rates. The palm is tall, stately, single-trunked with a crown of glossy, bright green, soft feather-like fonds. and collect more water. I didn’t tell my family what was in them – topped with whipped cream-the only question was ‘is there more?’ So, I have begun my new quest of learning what I can find in the wild, plant wise, to eat. As there are no dead squirrels en masse about the trunks of my trees, or anywhere for that matter, I am apt to assume that at the least the fruits are edible. Nature does not trim dead fronds. Often you will see a palm with a bulge in the middle with a skinny trunk on bottom and top. It seems to be working. The palm’s inner pith dried might be a flour substitute. Besides, can you grow queen palms in pots? I have several Mexican Fan palms and Queen palms are in the adjacent yards and we have almost half acre yards. Warning. We have an enormous park like yard & lots of various palms. Do you think this is a Queen palm? A queen palm is a very elegant palm tree found in the southern United States. Rumyantsev was a foreign minister to Alexander I of Russia. The Queen Palm’s fronds often develop a light-green or yellow color, known as “chlorosis”, due to poor nutrition. For years, i've known that these trees produced very sweet but fiberous edible dates with enough pectin in them to make your mouth pucker. (1) as the nuts turn orange cut the pods off and shake the nuts onto tarps ready for pressing. In the case of our bunches, it so happened that the palms were being trimmed of their dead fronds, so I had the tree guy remove the bunches and leave them. The Australian fan palm (Livistona australis) has young tender leaves that are edible. Hi Jerry. Depending on the climate, Canary palms grow to between 33 and 66 ft. (10 – 20 m) tall. There is a very attractive variant called the Silver Queen. They are not “self-cleaning” so the older fronds have to be removed (at just the right time or the palm suffers.) Those palms that are untouched will usually be the healthiest. This is an intergeneric hybrids between the seed bearing Butia capitata ( Pindo Palm, Jelly palm) and the Queen Palm. Despite that they do spread the seeds around causing it to be invasive there. This website contains advertisements. (This can take a while.) I tied a tarp around the tree and strung the edges up to catch the fruit. Can anyone here tell me how I can thin it out, so it’s more usable? The Winter Park library has a coffee shop and a little out door area. Queen palm base. I loved the background on the naming and will now look at the queen palm outside our door with much more appreciation! So we cut the the fruit off our Queens long before they mature & fall. I’d really like to come up with a jelly. Thank you for any help!! Queen palm fallen on a parked car (left)- planted in too wet soil too shallowly; right shows a Caryota gigas getting tall enough to do some serious damage should it just decide to fall over. Is there any way I can send you a picture of this nut/seed/date? We also know the Roman author Pliny the Elder also referenced a Syagrus date. I really need to know because I really don’t feel safe letting my dogs out in the back with out me if these things are poisonous…note* This morning after eating a good breakfast, they brought me 2 of them. In South America the seeds are spread by the tapir. Fruit branches can be up to six feet long, photo by Hawaiian Dermatology. Are the fruits from all palms edible (and palatable)? I then placed the pot of fruit, uncovered, on the stove until it came to a boil. Plz help! =]. Whether or not palm seeds are toxic depends on the species of the palm tree. That must be  difficult to put on your resume: Tapir Dung Expert… Anyway, Queen Palms can hybridize with Pindo Palms producing some hard to identify palms and fruit. (No wonder the squirrels like them!) There are plants of every type and description growing everywhere, and I can identify maybe five of them. It is a medium-sized palm, quickly reaching maturity at a height of up to 50 ft (15 meters), with pinnate leaves. It honors Count Nikolai Petrovich Rumyantsev (1754-1826) which after going through the Dead Latin filter becomes Romanzoffiana. That is Internet nonsense. In Australia the palm is a threat to a bat called the Flying Fox. They grow in bunches and have a similar shape to grapes. Superior quality since 1995. Don’t worry about the severe trimming, it is actually good for the tree. love the raw fruit, you should do a edible raw page similar to your edible flowers where they are grouped together. Syagrus romanzoffiana, the queen palm or cocos palm, is a palm native to South America, introduced throughout the world as a popular ornamental garden tree. Here is a close up of the Queen palm fruit. The squirrels eat the queen palm mesocarp, but the seed is too hard to chew through. A healthy queen palm can grow up to six feet (1.8m) per year once established. The fibrous fruit slowly softened off the nut-but was not completely removed, even when agitated. Thanks for writing. NOTE: These settings will only apply to the browser and device you are currently using. Small clarification here. Besides being loaded with simple carbohydrates the date has antioxidant qualities almost on par with vitamin C, according to a 2012 study. These seeds are almost an inch long and look like little coconuts. It has typical palm-like leaves clustered at the tip. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook! Regardless I strained off the thick orange liquid and tossed the nuts. The hybrid species is called X. The green fruits are neurotoxic to wild animals. I reached for the pumpkin pie spice, and added eggs and egg whites- cooking gently to form a rough custard. Our trees only produce fruit every several years. Their gray trunks are attractively ringed with dropped leaf scars. NO! This year, it produced large clumps of a yellow-orange fruit that has a tough skin and a large seed inside each one. Look at palms in a natural setting. Fortunately, when a 9 mo. Being a species of palm tree from the Phoenix genus, Canary palm trees also produce edible dates. (As the squirrels absolutely love them, I figured that they were most likely safe, but I wanted to make sure.) For trees, this process is natural and essential to ensure the survival of the species. Syagrus (SEE-ah-grus) was a Greek poet who commented about Troy before Homer. I have two near my pool and the droppings from the blooms are a headache. (2) placing tarps under trees to capture seeds as they fall of the trees. The seeds, which are the size of peaches, are very poisonous. It is also more cold resistant and grows to 80 feet. After pouring into custard cups and refrigerated. That must be  difficult to put on your resume: Tapir Dung Expert… Anyway, Queen Palms can hybridize with Pindo Palms producing some hard to identify palms and fruit. He sought closer ties between Russia and France in the early 1800s. To begin with, I rinsed the berries well (I did this outdoors using the hose, but you can do this indoors too) and let them drain. We live in Phoenix, AZ, so very hot, dry, and sunny. Also the large seed lodges behind their back teeth preventing them from eating thus starving. Also even though all the fruits are still green ,I found a lot of seeds on the ground around the trees,it seems they either fell of and dried out in a previous season or were eaten clean(some seem quite small,others like they are still in the process of drying). Each leaf is composed of 150-180 leaflets. How do you know when to cut before the fruit mature? Queen palm trunk. It is a medium-sized palm, quickly reaching maturity at a height of up to 50 ft (15 meters), with pinnate leaves. They don’t digest it well and it forms a ball that has to be surgically removed from their gut. can you kidly post details as to how queen palm is different from coconut plumosa. The palm has a wide introduced range due to its popularity as an ornamental garden tree. It was just easier than working with a pot filled to the brim. I actually split my harvest into 2 pots for this process. Plant them? Of course i tasted a fruit and was amazed how tasty it was. (Make jelly out of the fruit. Thank you for sharing such interesting information on this Queen Palm. The Queen Palm tree seed has a brown fiber under its skin. A seminar is an interesting idea. This is the BEST website I have found for information. I just started collecting ours. May I suggest that you have a seminar, possibly regularly, to allow people (particularly rank beginners) bring specimens to be identified? Also, are dead fronds at the base (lots of healthy green ones on top) normal or a sign of a problem? The genus is clearly named for the date not the poet. The Queen Palm is a very common palm tree most likely due to the fact that it is one of the more inexpensive palms sold world wide. With my initial question answered and my bucket filling up with ripened fruit,  I began to find out exactly what I had to do with them to get them to the point of becoming an ingredient for some of the recipes that I had found. ENVIRONMENT: Acidic, well-drained sandy soil in full sun. The palm is often cut down in Brazil to use the leaves and inflorescences to provide animal (cattle) fodder, especially in times of drought. I will be making the custard that was shared by one of your many students. They are popular adornments along streets or walkways usually planted every 15 feet. Maybe that’s why it was so thick? They are also very common in the south as garden plants – not sure about in Tasmania though. IDENTIFICATION: An upright palm to 50 feet, pinnate compound leaves to three feet. A Tiki made from a Queen Palm trunk. He funally got a seed stuck while we slept. Usually you don't eat the date meat but you can. But my main concern is the health of our tree. Freezing is simple and well cleaned, plastic, half gallon milk jugs work well. Did you find one yet? In Australia the palm is a threat to a bat called the Flying Fox. I have taken them out of their mouthes and tried to look them up. I am a Midwesterner going on my 7th week of an unplanned stay in Florida (not flying back due to COVID) and have become increasingly curious about all of the palms around here. Center, the Cape of Fartak, or in the ancient world Cape Syagrus. I ended up making juice and freezing after researching. These fibers, while not exactly edible, are chewable, and are sweet and terribly sticky. United States. Tough tree to look after when mature. Email to order. When I’m up at the family farm in NY, I forage for wild grapes, dandelions, wild currants, wild berries, pig’s ears, wild grape leaves, shaggy mane mushrooms (when I can still find them), locust blossoms, maple…..and the list goes on. Depending on how large the seed of the fruit is, you may get very little of anything or you may get varying amounts of additional liquid. The fruits grow plentiful on the stalk and appear as pearl necklaces from the stalk. But the indigestible fibrous seeds could send a pup to the hospital or worse. Who was he? Hello, I live near Galveston and have several types of palm trees in my yard. The fruits are made into jam in some South American countries. Fruit Bats have spread nuts into some of the most pristine rainforest left in Nth Queensland. I don’t recommend planting these close to pools. They are big diurnal bats (5-6ft wingspan) that find food by sight and smell. Queen pollen is transferred onto the blossom of the Butia . Can the nuts/seeds be used as live stock and poultry feeds and how can it be done. The dark-green leaves are 13 – 20 ft. (4 – 6 m) long and form an elegant crown. You may squeeze the fruits into the pot the fruits are already in or you may squeeze into a new bowl. They grow aggressively on the margins or at breaks in the canopy. I'm used to eating sable palm and palmetto cabbage, but I know from experience that … When I first moved to Florida the palm was, Curiously the University of Florida refers to the Queen Palm date as “ornamental” and classifies the palm as a category II invasive species. The fruits are made into jam in some South American countries. further more i would like to know the nutrients in the seeds(nuts) which is helpful for both livestock and poultry. I want to catch the dropped fruit on a tarp and would like to make a jelly or preserve from them. i dont like the mess the queen palm makes, so i cut the long spear off before it opens. Common cat briar - $2.50/5 seeds, plus shipping. Comments or questions about this site, or for permission to use photos and information. In the home landscape, the male queen palm is preferable to the female, which bears clusters of creamy white flowers. So why is a palm named after him? I would like to know since I plan to sprout and grow the seeds so I would like to know what I have. Queen palm trees are popular landscape trees in warm regions. Half of one bunch was orange and half was still green. It’s also common in northern Australia and they’re easy to grow in pots indoors if you live in cooler areas. Mexican Fan Palm Tree Seeds, Washingtonia Robusta, Mexican Washingtonia, 15 Premium Quality Tree Seeds, Exotic Palm Tree, 60-80% Germination, (Isla's Garden Seeds) 3.3 out of 5 stars 13 $8.75 $ 8 . https://homesteading.com/harvesting-juicing-queen-palm-berries A lot of landscapers don’t dig deep enough when they plant palms. When ingested, the dog can be paralyzed or killed. However, when I made the move to Florida, where I live when work doesn’t have me traveling, I had to begin to learn what I could forage for here. Foxtail palms are hardy in UDSA zones 10 and 11. Menu. It is taller than our house. thank you. Thank you Sara. Today my husband hired a man that came to our door to cut out the seed fronds. 2 Fertilize with the palm blend twice per growing season. I washed then boiled the fruits-about 2X volume of water to 1X volume of whole fruits. Thanks to your website, I will harvest the fruit. You can get a pulp like liquid from them, but it’s very thick and sticky. What type of press is used to press the seed into oil? Palm oils are used primarily for soaps and candles, but they are also found in margarines and candy. Not only did he cut those, but he cut them all but a few on the top of the tree. Identify Plants. It has the same shape as a coconut including three tiny “eyes” on one end. Next, I placed the fruits into a large pot, and cover with water, covering 1” over the top of the fruits. It forms a graceful, drooping 20-foot crown with bright orange fruit (dates) that favor ripening in the winter months but can be found at other times as well. When I first moved to Florida the palm was Cocos plumosa. Maybe one could do a seminar there for a couple of hours. Cutting off Green does not help palms. Rumyantsev also, understandably, suffered a stroke when he heard that Napoleon had invaded Russia. I gathered a nice bunch of them today to experiment. The entire fruit, seed and all, are edible by humans though that does not hold true for equines (they cannot eat avocados for example.) Maybe more water? I found it intriguing. Again, as in the Coconut, it is actually the seed that is the edible part of this palm, with the fruit being fairly bland and dry (I have tried it many times since it looks like a giant Butia fruit... but never any good). On a recent camping outing to the Bolivar peninsula on the Texas coast, (a ferry ride east of Galveston Island) I spotted a beautiful palm outside of a bait shop that seems to fit your description of the Queen palm. When the queen palms that my parents have in their yard began to produce huge bunches of fruits, I began to wonder if there was anything that I could do with them, or if they were even safe to consume. I’ve not had them trimmed yet, this year nor their seed pods. Invades native forests. Are there people near Panama City, Florida who have knowledge of edible wild plants and also an interest in sharing what they know? They were DELICIOUS! My neighbors have a lot of Queen palms along our mutual fence line. The reason being is that the berries of the queen palm are 98% pit which has a very fibrous layer over it, with a thin skin over that layer. The hybrid species is called X Butiarecastrum. The seed oil is used for cooking. Email to order In early winter, datelike fruit forms, which turns orange at … Any links or simple ways to jar/keep these little gems!?! Hope my guts tolerate. (Although I didn’t experience sticking, I did  occasionally stir the fruit.) The Segos were removed long ago: very toxic to pets. To get the grace of the Queen but the cold hardiness of the Pindo. (3) either way the seeds need to be rinsed to wash dust and debris allowing drainage and air drying before feeding into hopper of oil press. Needle-type leaves. The liquid was sweet and smelled like pumpkin and apricots. Please no more for Nth Qld. South Africa. Queen palms are not good landscape plans because they are prone to falling during a hurricane as reported in the book Stormscaping (Florida Gardening Series, Vol. Always exercise due diligence before purchasing any product or service. Going to try the fruit. However, some people like to eat the fiber as well but it can cause a tummy ache in some people. Then it became a mouthful:  Arecastrum romanzoffianum. Any information on doing this would be appreciated. Yet, our neighbor’s have lost a royal palm every year from lighting for the last 6 years. Secondly, are queen palm seeds edible? Thanks! However, a queen palm can produce unsightly fruit and seeds. There seem to be a number of opinions about what the taste is, but I sometimes get a banana like taste when I chew on the fiber, with hints of other flavors that I haven’t quite yet identified. Absolutely hilarious and fascinating! Greeks often named an area after what grew there. 75 We weren’t planning to trim the fronds immediately, but now we might. I live in Perth and they are everywhere. It was mid February and the tree had huge clusters of yellow-orange fruits hanging on it, as well as a good number of fallen fruits on the ground below which I picked up with the intention of growing. (petals are edible, and the flowers attracts honey bees and betterflies). Learn how your comment data is processed. Queen palm. I have three large Queen Palm trees in my yard. The palm heart of this tree is also edible. do they yield in particular season or round the year. Unlike the much shorter and also edible, The Queen Palm’s scientific name is a bit of a hodge-podge. Wild Rose - Fragrant, edible flowers - $3.00/10 seeds, plus shipping. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Disclaimer: Information contained on this website is strictly and categorically intended as a reference to be used in conjunction with experts in your area. Queen Palms have a lot of fiber and a large seed, photo by Green Deane. I live near some genuinely rural pine forests and a number of spring fed ponds. From a landscaping point of view the palm while desirable is also a lot of work. Worldwide delivery. With curiosity getting the best of me, I began some research and discovered that a good many of the palm fruits are edible, and are used for jellies, wine and cooking sauces. United Kingdom. Also, I can’t identify several plants near my house. I recently noticed that my burros are eating the fallen fruit. Might I suggest you first try them in Google which works on the principle that close is good and might produce the correct spelling you are looking for. Use a slow release blend that contains magnesium, iron, copper, manganese and nitrogen. In the home landscape, the male queen palm is preferable to the female, which bears clusters of creamy white flowers. Cautionary “tail”: I raise Labradors. The queen will sprout every year at the same time. 6000+ species of palms, cycads, bananas, tropical trees and more. Romanzoffiana is more obtuse. Thanks Despite that they do spread the seeds around causing it to be invasive there. The hard dark brown skin was chewed off and the golden inside cracked. Most web sites say yes, that both the mesocarp and the nut meats of the queen palm are edible to the human being, but the dealer at the local nursery doubted this. Though palms, in general, are among some of the least toxic of the tropical foliage plants in … In many respects, the Queen Palm fruit is like a miniature coconut with the fibrous outer body and the little nut inside. This graceful leafed palm gives an abundance of orange to yellow fruits, so the gardener will have plenty of seeds to choose from when it comes to planting. Unlike the much shorter and also edible Pindo Palm, the Queen Palm is usually too tall to harvest the dates easily. My first attempt was fairly successful. Acai berries are a particularly healthy treat. Ireland. There are a few toxic palms but the Queen Palm is not one of them. I simmer them in water for an hour, but I didn’t them them cool long enough. Purchased 4 of these at SAM’S this evening for $26 a piece,can’t wait to plant around my pool.Great article. The ancient Greeks called it Cape Syagrus named after the σύαγρος (SEE-ah-gros) date. In fact, in one study, which I would not have wanted to conduct, 98% of the tapir dung piles had Queen Palm seeds in them (averaging 200 seeds each.) They eat the green dates and get sick. Lesson learned. We’re guessing it’s 20-25ft. 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