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Ravenea spp.

Common Names: Majesty (TM) Palm Family: Arecacea/Palmae (palm Family) Description This is a beautiful feather-leafed palm whose symmetrical form and smooth, flared trunk combine to create living sculpture for the landscape. For the same reason Majesty palm has become a popular plant for indoors as well. Smaller specimens...
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Licuala ramsayi

Common names: Australian fan palm, daintree fan palm, mission beach fan palm, wedge-leaflet fan pal (English); palmera abanico de Australia, palmera de abanico australiana (Spanish); Australische Fächerpalme, Australische Schirmpalme (German). Family : Arecaceae alt. Palmae This plant is native to Australia (Queensland), where it grows in the pluvial...
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Johannesteijsmannia altifrons

Common Names: Joey Palm Diamond Joey Family: Arecaceae Origin: This palm is native to Southeast Asia. Appearance: This evergreen has no trunk. Striking diamond shaped fronds emerge right from the ground. The leaves are large and can get up to 10ft long. Flowers/Fruits: It produces creamy flowers that...
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Zamioculcas zamiifolia

Botanical Name: Zamioculcas zamiifolia ZZ Plant has become increasingly popular in recent years and I believe it deserves all the attention it’s been getting. The Aroid family has given us more dependable house plants than any other group and Zamioculcas zamiifolia is no exception. This is a worthwhile...
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Chamaedorea elegans

Common Names: Parlour Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm Description: Very popular rainforest palm with small slender solitary trunk and griceful pinnate leaves. Warm-temperate to tropical climates. Chamaedorea elegans grows to a maximum of 2m tall with very slow growth, and prefers moderate to high humidity, but will grow in low to...
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Howea forsteriana

Common name: Kentia Palm, Thatch Palm, Flat Palm Family: Arecaeae Description: Howea forsteriana is a relatively slow-growing palm, eventually growing up to 10m (33 feet) tall by 6m (20 feet) wide. Its fronds can reach 3m (10 feet) long.Under natural conditions, it grows as a solitary tree. Howea forsteriana...
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