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Caryota maxima Himalaya

beautiful Butia Pindo (Jelly Palm). This beautiful palm is hardy in zones 7-11 and is one of the hardiest in our area. We have had repeated days in the high 20's and it has never damaged my plants large or small. The fruits on this plant have almost an apricot flavor and so make a very nice jelly. These will quickly develop into trees with 7 or 8 leaves by the end of this season. -Feel free to browse my flower photo gallery online.
Caryota maxima Himalaya

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Seeds from Caryota maxima Himilaya. The largest and most cold hardy of the fishtail palms reaching 40 ft. A fairly large, vigorous and fast growing palm, with cold tolerance reported to 19F. Widespread over South East Asia, the Mountain Fish Tail Palm is found in rainforests at moderate elevations from Burma and southern China south to Sumatra and Java. It is a large palm with a long, smooth trunk and a tall crown with several dark leaves that display a tumbling effect. It will do best in the tropics. For cooler areas, however, Caryota maxima "Himalaya" would be a better choice. Zones 9-11.



Caryota mitis or Fishtail palm

seeds of this outstanding Fishtail palm Caryota oburse or Caryota gigas which is the most beautiful of all the hardy Fishtail Palms  and the most massive. In the wild this palm can reach a height of over 100 feet, and the trunk can be 3-4 feet in diameter. Especially attractive is the even spacing of the leaves creating a lacey pattern.  Hardy in zones 8b - 11. Native to India and China.
Caryota mitis or Fishtail palm

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Seeds from this outstanding Fishtail palm Caryota mitis or Fishtail palm which is a hardy Fishtail Palm. A native to southeast Asia. Fishtail palms typically form multi-stemmed clumps up to 25 ft high and 12 ft wide. Each slender stem is topped with several bipinnate leaves than can reach 9 ft in length. The light green leaflets are shaped like a fish's tail fin. Mature plants first begin flowering at the top of the stem. Subsequent flowering proceeds lower and lower down the stem. After the last flowering, the stem dies and should be removed. The clump will survive, however, and continue to produce more stems. Zones 9-11.



Chamaedorea costaricana Palm

fresh seeds of this beautiful Costa Rican Bamboo palm Chamaedorea costaricana. Similar to bamboo in appearance. Will tolerate full sun as an adult. The most cold tolerant (25 degrees) of the bamboo Chamaedoreas. Growing 4-10 feet. fresh seeds of this beautiful Costa Rican Bamboo palm Chamaedorea costaricana. Similar to bamboo in appearance. Will tolerate full sun as an adult. The most cold tolerant (25 degrees) of the bamboo Chamaedoreas. Growing 4-10 feet.
Chamaedorea costaricana Palm

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Seeds from this Costa Rican Bamboo palm Chamaedorea costaricana. Similar to bamboo in appearance. Will tolerate full sun as an adult. The most cold tolerant 25 degrees of the bamboo Chamaedoreas. Growing 4-10 feet. Zone 9b-11



Chamaedorea elegans Palm

seeds of Chamaedorea elegans or Parlor Palm is a small understory palm native to the rainforest regions of Guatemala and Mexico. The slender cane-like stem will reach about 6 feet (1.8 m) tall. It has dark green, pinnate leaves on a pale rachis with 11-20 pinnae. It is one of the best palms for indoor use. These palms are hardy in the landscape in USDA zones 10-11.
Chamaedorea elegans Palm

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Seeds from Chamaedorea elegans or Parlor Palm is a small understory palm native to the rainforest regions of Guatemala and Mexico. The slender cane-like stem will reach about 6 feet 1. 8 m tall. It has dark green, pinnate leaves on a pale rachis with 11-20 pinnae. It is one of the best palms for indoor use. These palms are hardy in the landscape in USDA zones 10-11.



Coccothrinax boschiana Barreras Silver Palm

seeds of Chamaedorea elegans or Parlor Palm is a small understory palm native to the rainforest regions of Guatemala and Mexico. The slender cane-like stem will reach about 6 feet (1.8 m) tall. It has dark green, pinnate leaves on a pale rachis with 11-20 pinnae. It is one of the best palms for indoor use. These palms are hardy in the landscape in USDA zones 10-11.
Coccothrinax boschiana Barreras Silver Palm

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Seeds from Coccothrinax boschiana Barreras Silver Palm, this special new species grows only on a single limestone ridge to an altitude of 650 ft. in the southwest of the Dominican Republic on the Barahona Peninsula. Coccothrinax boschiana grows a slender trunk to about 40 ft. tall, densely clothed in hard, fibrous leaf sheaths. The leaves are very stiff and rigid,yellowish green to golden above and stunningly silvery white below. In cultivation it will do well in any tropical and most warm temperate climates. Growth in the latter may be rather slow. One of the few bluish palms that will grow in the humid tropics. Zones 7-11.



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