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2010-06-30 21:33
The Fishtail palm is definitely beautiful blooming plant having fishtail-shaped foliage. That is assigned to the genus Caryota which is categorised as the Caryota palm. The scientific name f… Read More
2010-03-22 19:28
An Australian cabbage palm is a relative of an American cabbage palm. It is native to central Australia.Young plants have reddish colored fronds. An Australian cabbage palm is slow growing p… Read More
2010-03-22 19:25
A Florida palmetto (Cabbage palm) is native to the Southeastern United States and the caribbean. This plant is known for its heart or terminal bud. The heart is used in dofferent salads in t… Read More
2009-12-23 02:10
A Mediterranean fan palm is a clustering fan palm that grows only about 10-15 feet high. It is a slow-growing palm tree. The fan-shaped fronds are silver-blur in color. The Mediterranean fan… Read More
2009-12-23 02:01
There are some varieties of palm trees that can be grown inside. They are suitable for low light conditions and indirect light.A list of indoor palm trees include: Sago palm, Pygmy Date pal… Read More
2009-12-23 02:00
Palm Trees are elegant flowering plans that symbolize the tropics. They are very decorative plants for indoors and outdoors. There are more than twenty hundred known species and types of pa… Read More
2009-11-24 18:21
There are about 3000 species of palm trees in the world. They can be either palmate-leaved (fan shaped) palm species or pinnate-leaved (feather shaped) palm species.The well-known feather s… Read More
2009-11-11 18:02
There are several species of palm trees that can tolerate cold weather and some degree of cold. These palm trees are called cold hardy palms.The list of cold hardy palms: Rhapidophyllum hys… Read More

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