“Silver date palm’s sap is tapped to make toddy or palm wine.
It is native to South Asia and can grow to 16 meters or up to 53 feet. Its flowers bloom from March to May and fruits ripen from September to October.
Its fresh sap is boiled to make palm jaggery and the ripe fruits are made into jams and jellies. Its leaves are used for thatching, making mats, baskets, fans and other handicrafts. ”