Phoenix canariensis, the Canary palm or Canary Island palm, is a species of palm endemic to the Canary Islands. Due to its beauty, ease of adaptation and resistance to cold, it is one of the palm trees most used in gardening, it is a large palm, with a thick and very leathery trunk. Its leaves form dense webbed tufts. The flowers are arranged in dense orange clusters. Its fruits are smaller than dates. It is a solitary palm, which reaches a size of 10 to 13 meters high and 50 to 70 cm in diameter, armed; thick stems with persistent leaf sheaths; dioecious plants. Its pinnate leaves are numerous, 5 to 7 meters long, the upper erect and the lower pendulous or arched. The pinnae are arranged at different angles, the lower ones modified like acantophiles. The pod is 150 cm long, forming a fibrous network.
Presentation in approximate height: 40 - 110 centimeters from the base to the tip of the bud.