some other names (Chusan Palm, Windmill Palm or Chinese Windmill Palm)
The greatest reported cold tolerance is - 17° degrees F survived by four specimens planted in Plovdiv, Bulgaria during a severe cold spell on 6 January1993a more common lower tolerance limit of 5° degrees F to 10° degrees F, are cited for mature plants thus placing it hardy to USDA Zone 7;Young plants are less hardy and may need protection on colder nights, It grows to 50' tall on a single stem. This is a deer resistant variety. Growth rate: moderate
To plant them west of the Cascade Mountains in the Pacific NW you will need to mix top soil ( potting soil) 50 / 50 with a sand & small pea gravel mix. Have the root ball raised about 1/4 out of the hole but mounded up with the soil mixture. (Never use beach sand in the planting mix) Protect from high off shore winds if planting on the coast. I recommend using a water meter the first few years. They usually only need to be watered in the summer months and then only when young or after transplanting.