Set of Mexican Fan Palm Trees (Washingtonia robusta) (2 Trees)
2 different Mexican fan palm trees in the scene.
Washingtonia robusta, the Mexican fan palm or Mexican washingtonia, is a palm tree native to western Sonora and Baja California Sur in northwestern Mexico. It is reportedly naturalized in Florida, California, Hawaii, Texas, parts of the Canary Islands and Spain. The Mexican fan palm is Southern California’s most common palm species. The Mexican Fan Palm grows up to 5 feet a year, So if you’re looking for a tall, mature palm quickly, look no further than the Mexican Fan Palm.
Polygons (Total number of scene): 1,829,237
Verts (Total number of scene): 939,627
Mexican fan palm1: 13/50 m
Mexican fan palm2: 12/50 m
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– Units: Centimeters
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