I know that palm specialists in soucal always say "so common" or "I cut my down for Dypsis"..and the photo shows a palm not as nice as a King,and fewer fronds.Its like a smaller King! Its time to admit we are lucky to have the King. Its time to admit the hardest core palm lovers homes canopy has tall,tall,King palms. You see that over and over. Maybe Queens too if its a large lot. After a while,you want what looks good,not looks good at just the end of summer or looks good to an expert and to everybody else is yellows and browns. In norcal? Nobody see's a King as common. And surrounded by Redwoods in the background bring more tropical look than other palms can do in a few years. Kings here might not tower..but tall enough for a tract home or cottage ranch. McMansions always can fit them in. Here's a couple flowering or post flowering in the coldest time of the year. 10a (32-35f lows every winter 42f low average) climate and summers are people pleasant..73-75f on average..80 in the high of summer...55-65f the rest of the year. Not the Maldives.