How to recognise the canary date palms in Melbourne’s CBD

Date palms are a familiar sight in Melbourne, especially in the CBD.

They are native to Australia and were brought to the city by Europeans who brought a variety of tropical fruits and vegetables, including avocado, bananas and cassava.

While most date palms produce seeds that can be harvested, they can also produce seeds inside them that can survive for decades, or even centuries.

If you spot a date palm in the city, don’t assume that it is native to Melbourne.

Here are five things to keep in mind about the date palm:1.

It is not a tree, it is a shrub.

It is a native of Australia and the species is found throughout the world, from the tropics to the subtropics.

Its leafy leaves are not as broad as the native trees, and they have a distinctive, rounded shape.2.

It doesn’t produce seeds, but it can produce seeds in the soil.

You can grow date palms at home and harvest them in your garden.

However, if you are growing date palms outside, you will need to plant them at a depth of 2 metres and protect them from pests and diseases.


The fruit of the date canary is rich in Vitamin C and vitamin E. A healthy diet and exercise will also help the date palms to produce more vitamin C.4.

Dates are an excellent source of iron, magnesium, vitamin B6 and B12.5.

Dates can be stored in airtight containers, such as glass jars or plastic food containers, and can be eaten for up to 20 years.

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