Phoenix dactylifera, the date palm, is a 30-meter-tall palm, extensively cultivated and distributed since early civilizations in North Africa and the Middle East where it is believed to originate. The date palm has a narrower trunk than that of the Canary Islands, palms less thick, often more erect, shorter and bluish. Another of its characteristics is to reject from the plant foot, even sometimes to make several trunks following an accident. For date production the Phoenix dactylifera is now cultivated in all Mediterranean climates on the planet, especially in California, South America or Australia.
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