Skip to content

Coconut Dwarf High Yield Rare " Chennagi " Live Plant - Leaf Green Coconut Live Plant Rare ( 1 Healthy Live Fruit Plant )

( Plant Orders )

  • Discover High-Quality Plants from Around the India with Kadiam Nursery
  • Kadiam Nursery: Your Premier Destination for Wholesale Plant Orders
  • Minimum Order of 50 Plants Required for Each Plant Variety
  • Vehicle Arrangement for Plant Transport: No Courier Service Available
  • Global Shipping Made Easy with Kadiam Nursery: Order Your Favorite Plants Today

Please Note: Plant Variations May Occur Due to Natural Factors - Trust Kadiam Nursery for Reliable Quality.

Original price Rs. 699.00
Current price Rs. 549.00

Common name: Coconut Chennagi

Regional name:Marathi - Naral, Maad, Hindi - Nariyal, Bengali - Dab, Gujarati - Naliyer, Kannada - Tenginamara, Malayalam - Teng, Sanskrit - Duraruha, Tamil - Tengay, Telugu - Narikelamu, Urdu - Nariyel

Fruit Plants, Trees
Palmae or Coconut family

Chennagi Coconut Dwarf Tree Full Guide


The Chennagi Coconut Dwarf tree (Cocos nucifera var. Chennagi) is a variety of coconut palm that originates from India. This dwarf cultivar is known for its smaller size, early bearing, and high-quality coconuts. It is particularly popular for its adaptability to various soil types, resistance to diseases, and suitability for small gardens or urban settings.


  1. Site selection: Choose a sunny location with well-draining soil. Make sure the area has enough space for the tree's growth, considering its mature height (around 20-30 feet) and spread (15-20 feet).

  2. Planting time: The ideal planting time is during the rainy season or early spring when the soil is moist, and temperatures are moderate.

  3. Preparation: Dig a hole 2-3 times wider and deeper than the root ball. Mix the excavated soil with organic matter like compost or aged manure.

  4. Planting: Gently lower the tree into the hole, ensuring that the root ball is at the same level as the surrounding soil. Fill the hole with the soil mix and press firmly to remove air pockets. Water thoroughly.


  1. Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during the first few months. Mature trees can tolerate some drought, but consistent watering promotes healthy growth.

  2. Fertilization: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer every 3-4 months. Supplement with organic matter like compost or aged manure.

  3. Mulching: Apply a 2-3 inch layer of organic mulch around the tree to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.


  1. Pruning: Remove dead, damaged, or diseased fronds regularly. Prune overcrowded fronds to improve air circulation and prevent diseases.

  2. Pest and disease management: Monitor for pests like mealybugs, scale insects, and spider mites. Treat infestations with insecticidal soap or horticultural oil. Keep the area around the tree clean to minimize the risk of fungal diseases.


  1. Compact size: The smaller stature of the Chennagi Coconut Dwarf tree makes it an ideal choice for small gardens, urban landscapes, and container growing.

  2. High-quality coconuts: The tree produces sweet, aromatic, and nutritious coconuts, suitable for consumption and various culinary applications.

  3. Ornamental value: Its attractive foliage and unique growth habit make the Chennagi Coconut Dwarf tree an excellent focal point in tropical and subtropical gardens.

  4. Sustainability: Coconut trees contribute to a sustainable environment by absorbing carbon dioxide, producing oxygen, and preventing soil erosion.