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Butia eriospatha, Cocos eriospatha , Jelly Palm

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 Butia eriospatha, Cocos eriospatha
Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Jelly Palm
Origin: Brazil
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPalm or palm-likeEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

A large Butia with a thick trunk. Leaves tend to be generally much greener than Butia capitata. Fruit and seed is round, flowers and fruits range from red to yellow in color. The fruit is delicious to eat when ripe.


 Butia eriospatha, Cocos eriospatha , Jelly Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Family: Cyclanthaceae
Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm
Origin: Central America
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPalm or palm-like

Carludovica palmata is not a true palm. Its leaves are different from the leaves of true palms, and unlike true palms it does not develop a woody trunk.


 Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica palmata, Panama Hat Plant, Toquilla Palm

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Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica integrifolia
 Carludovica sp.
Family: Cyclanthaceae
Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum
Origin: America, Peru and Colombia
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterPalm or palm-likeUltra tropical, min. temperature 55F

Carludovica (named after Charles IV. of Spain, and Louisa, his queen). A genus of low-growing, palm-like, stove plants. Flowers of separate sexes, in squares arranged very close together in a spiral manner, and forming cylindrical spikes. Leaves stiff, plaite and deeply cut into from two to five division. The species are very ornamental, and several are eminently adapted for tropical gardening. They are easily grown with the usual routine of stove management, thriving in a compost of two parts peat and one of sandy loam; a liberal supply of water is needed.


 Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica rotundifolia

Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica Peruvian Fan
Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica Peruvian Fan
Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica drudei
Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica rotundifolia
Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica sp. seedling
Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica palmata
Carludovica sp., Carludovica Palm, Jungle Drum

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Carludovica Peruvian Fan


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Carpentaria acuminata, Carpentaria Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Carpentaria Palm
Origin: Australia
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunKeep soil moistPalm or palm-like

This plant needs plenty of sun. A very slender and elegant palm from northern Australia with gracefully recurving, V-shaped leaves. It is suitable for mild subtropical and tropical climates and, if heavily fertilized and watered, will develop with breathtaking speed. Carpentarias can be used indoors, being popular triple planted. In a community of mixed species they will outgrow the others, adding height to the garden quickly.


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Caryota gigas, Thai Mountain Giant

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Thai Mountain Giant
Origin: China, Thailand
Big tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeKeep soil moistOrnamental foliagePalm or palm-like

The largest of the Fishtail palms, with a huge trunk and massive, flatly-held leaves. Grows extremely fast given the right conditions of warmth and humidity, together with a rich soil and an abundance of water.


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Caryota gigas, Thai Mountain Giant

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