For that we have to grasp coconut trees, They are widely planted both for household and commercial use and grow to a height of 10-20 m. They are slow maturing and flower 4-6 years after planting. They are long-lived with an economic life of about 30-40 years, although much older trees are known to exist and yield well. They are normally cross-pollinating and therefore considered to be heterozygous.
And it needs more water to survive. It is a very sensitive tree and often does not give an average yield because it depends on many factors.