Jubaea chilensis ia native to central Chile between 32°S and 35°S latitude. It is the sole species in the genus Jubaea. It was once thought to populate Easter Island. Jubaea chilensis is a single-trunked, pinnate-leaved palm growing to 20-25 m tall. The trunk is the stoutest of any palm, commonly a metre diameter at the base, sometimes up to 1.3 m diameter, often widest in the upper part of the trunk, with smooth grey bark. Min. Temperature: 16°F (-9°C).