Jelly Palms growing in a display garden as feature plants

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Jelly Palm Fruit against hand

(2/7) Jelly Palm Fruit against hand By Forest and Kim Starr [CC BY 2.0] (Photo Credits)

A 15 year old Jelly Palm.

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Leaf of the Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

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Jelly Palm or Wine Palm Fruiting on the tree (Butia capitata)

(5/7) Jelly Palm or Wine Palm Fruiting on the tree (Butia capitata) By Forest and Kim Starr [CC BY 2.0] (Photo Credits)

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Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

Butia capitata
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The Butia or Jelly palm yields a host of edible and useful products. They have large stalks of golden fruit in clusters. The fruit is green before it ripens, then turns golden, sometimes having a reddish tinge when ready to eat. Soft, tasty flesh surround... Read More
Other Names: Wine Palm

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Specifications of Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

Preferred Climate Subtropical, Warm TemperateLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 5-10m

Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Water Requirements Drought Hardy (Little Watering)

Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? No (Full Size)

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 5+ Years

Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)

Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage

Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

Fruiting/Harvest Months February, March, April

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Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm Reviews & Tips

Star Rating

Nyny
★★★★ 3months ago

MOUNT BARKER, WA, Australia

Lovely palm, gives great fruits.

David
★★★★★ 10months ago

PADSTOW, NSW

Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

I have one growing and I wanted another one. They are really good looking palms. It probably won't fruit where I am, but I'm growing them for their looks.

Laurie
★★★★★ 11months ago

BROGO, NSW

Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

Potted it up in a 12 inch pot, won't plant out until mid/late spring. Slow growing, hence hardy, so not expecting them to end up as tall as the ones in the above stock image.

George
★★★★★ 1y ago

Bloomfield, QLD, Australia, Australia

Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

Had my jelly palm for 4 months now and is growing well in a 25 litre pot filled with coconut husks and black soil. Have added one cup of dynamic lifter, water every 3rd day in full sun and growing well. Average temp is about 22 - 32C. Will be buying more

Robyn
★★★★★ 2y ago

HALLSVILLE, NSW, Australia

Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

Struggling a bit in this climate but hopefully some TLC will improve the situation until warmer weather arrives.

Fruit
4y ago

Bankstown, NSW, Australia

Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

This advice from Daley'sFruit is wrong, because the male and female flowers are on the same palm: "Plants required to Pollinate 3 Plants (Male and Female)" See this: https://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/edible-palms.html#jelly

Peter Hegener
6y ago

Yeoval, NSW, Australia

Palm - Jelly or Wine Palm

I live in a very cold area in nsw mid west this palm is very suited to this area

Noel Hall
9y ago

Inala 4077, QLD, Australia

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

There is a very old butia capitata or jelly palm fruiting in the City Botanic Gardens Brisbane at present, Feb 2015 and I saw two palms at Hahndorf near Adelaide that bear heavy crops of fruit every May and I love the sweet @ sour taste of these fruit

health101orgarticles1
★★★ 10y ago

STRATHFIELD, NSW, Australia

Sweet. Organic. No fruit fly problem. No bird problem.No rat problem...until years later when they find it on the plant, and then they harvest every year. No fruit bat problem. Maybe that's because the harvest period is only two or three weeks, which m...

Simone
10y ago

Barkers Vale, NSW, Australia

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

Slow grower, but produces delicious and prolific fruit. Worth the wait!Bag young fruit spikes with a large white feed bag to out-compete the rats, bats and birds. Easily handles light frosts

Suzanne Hirst,
14y ago

Adelaide, S.A., Australia

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

Delicious edible juice from fruits, combination of quince, passionfruit, pineapple, apricot, strawberry all in one. Strong & tart, requires sweetening to taste.

Suzanne Hirst
14y ago

Adelaide, S.A., Australia

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

Butia Capitata globule fruits, the B. Yatay teardrop fruit. In Adelaide garden about 10 years before fruiting. Each year 3 huge bracts laden with aromatic fruits. Pick when bright orange, wash, boil 2 hours, de-stone then squeeze out juice. Cordial/jelly.

Sara Powter
14y ago

Kincumber, NSW

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

I believe the difference between a Butia capitata and Butia yatay is that the yatay drops its frons and the capitata doesn't! The frons make a beautiful 'cap' or skirt around the palm stem if left uncut.

Sara Powter
14y ago

Kincumber, NSW

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

I am on the Central Coast NSW and moved a jelly palm ( Butia capitata) about 1 km 9 years ago. It took an earth mover and huge semi trailer! it had been in its old position for over 50 years. It's still fruiting well and growing beautifully!

Anne Mcalpine
14y ago

Ballimore, NSW

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

I bought a jelly palm from Daleys about 4 yrs ago. I live in an area of -5 to 45deg temperature range and my palm is doing really well Admittedly mine is in a pot and hasnt fruited yet.I am about to plant into the ground soon .

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Lorna
★★★★★ 14y ago

Albany, WA, Australia

No maintenance required. Does its own thing and fruits very well. Easy to bag the fruit to stop birds. Each spray of fruit is like a separate branch of the tree. Put a big chaff bag over it and when ripe the fruit fall off into the neck of the bag for ...

Rolflor A
15y ago

Sydney, NSW, Australia, Australia

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

One of the Jelly Palms took 5 years and 2 months to fruit,with about 500 fruits/4.5kgs.

Rolflora
15y ago

Sydney, NSW

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

Chinese names and chinese characters for the Jelly Palm. - http://www.plantnames.unimelb.edu.au/Sorting/Butia.html#capitata .It also mentions a subspecies ' yatay '.Is Daley's Jelly Palm a subspecies?

Rolflor A
15y ago

Sydney, NSW

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

This is a good tasting palm fruit.

Rolflor A
15y ago

Sydney, N S W

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

Other Jelly Palms,eg those as existing street trees and in private gardens,aren't as good tasting as Daley's Jelly Palm variety.Daley's Jelly Palm might be from a superior seed.Daley's is less stringy,less acid and better tasting.

Rolf
17y ago

Bankstown, NSW, Australia

Jelly Palm or Wine Palm

$3500 to $4000 : Daleysfruit are selling this edible palm at a bargain price of only about $15. If you visit landsendtexotics.co.nz you will see their cheapest is nearly $4000 !

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