Pinanga disticha is a charming little palm native to peninsular Thailand and Malaysia and also found in Singapore and Sumatra. It is a dwarf collectible growing to a height of about 4 ft. Often found in the moist areas and beside streams in deep shade of down to 30-40% light infiltration from the canopy. Very thin stemmed small palm, forms a thick clump. Leaves are mottled, and undivided or divided once. Mature fruits are red. Grows best in filtered light in a moist position. Cold Hardiness Zone: 10b. Pinnate, broad leaf. Young plants might have mottled leaves.