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Dendroseris micrantha Palm

seeds of this stunning Dendroseris micrantha. A critically endangered plant and is known only from the tiny Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile. It forms a shrub to around 10 ft tall with large trunks that are sparsely branched at the base, each of which holds a rosette crown of broad, thick, undivided leaves with slightly toothed margins, very similar to Dendroseris pruinata. The inflorescence holds many delicate white flowers.  It has enormous potential as an ornamental and will thrive in any cool, moist climate in USDA zones 9 and 10.
Dendroseris micrantha Palm

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Seeds from this stunning Dendroseris micrantha. A critically endangered plant and is known only from the tiny Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile. It forms a shrub to around 10 ft tall with large trunks that are sparsely branched at the base, each of which holds a rosette crown of broad, thick, undivided leaves with slightly toothed margins, very similar to Dendroseris pruinata. The inflorescence holds many delicate white flowers. It has enormous potential as an ornamental and will thrive in any cool, moist climate in USDA zones 9 and 10.



Dioon edule Virgin Palm

Dioon edule or Virgin Palm with its stiff, upright blue-green to gray-green leaves. The Virgin palm is not a palm but rather a cycad, belonging to a group of cone bearing plants. Growing to about 11 ft the trunk may reach up to 12 inches in diameter. They have 15-20 leaves that are about 6 ft long. This slow growing cycad prefers sandy and moist soil and likes regular waterings and partial shade. Hardy in zones 8-11 and is the most cold hardy of all the cyads. This palm thrives and grows best in partial shade. Please visit my gallery for more pictures
Dioon edule Virgin Palm

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Seeds from this spectacular specimen plant Dioon edule or Virgin Palm with its stiff, upright blue-green to gray-green leaves. The Virgin palm is not a palm but rather a cycad, belonging to a group of cone bearing plants. Growing to about 11 ft the trunk may reach up to 12 inches in diameter. They have 15-20 leaves that are about 6 ft long. This slow growing cycad prefers sandy and moist soil and likes regular waterings and partial shade. Hardy in zones 8-11 and is the most cold hardy of all the cyads. This palm thrives and grows best in partial shade.



Dypsis arenarum Sand Palm

Dioon edule or Virgin Palm with its stiff, upright blue-green to gray-green leaves. The Virgin palm is not a palm but rather a cycad, belonging to a group of cone bearing plants. Growing to about 11 ft the trunk may reach up to 12 inches in diameter. They have 15-20 leaves that are about 6 ft long. This slow growing cycad prefers sandy and moist soil and likes regular waterings and partial shade. Hardy in zones 8-11 and is the most cold hardy of all the cyads. This palm thrives and grows best in partial shade. Please visit my gallery for more pictures
Dypsis arenarum Sand Palm

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Seeds from Dypsis arenarum or Sand Palm. Yet generally similar to Dypsis lutescens, this endangered palm from the coastal forest in eastern Madagascar is uniquely different by its longer leafstalks, fewer leaflets and much smaller seeds. The arenarum is a naturally clumping palm that can reach heights around 10-15 feet tall. As adaptable and robust as the well known Golden Cane Palm, it will thrive under the same general conditions. ZOnes 9-11.



Dypsis decaryi Triangle Palm

Seeds of Dypsis decaryi. When fully grown this feather palm from Madagascar develops a triangle shaped base which extends to 18' while exhibiting a magnificent display of stiff pinnate feather-like leaves extending upward to 30 '. The leaves are aligned in an even rank creating a spectacular exhibition. A desirable showcase palm. Plant immediately. Depth 1 1/2", use well draining soil mixture. Keep damp and always warm with high humidity. Zones 9-11.
Dypsis decaryi Triangle Palm

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Seeds from Dypsis decaryi. When fully grown this feather palm from Madagascar develops a triangle shaped base which extends to 18' while exhibiting a magnificent display of stiff pinnate feather-like leaves extending upward to 30 '. The leaves are aligned in an even rank creating a spectacular exhibition. A desirable showcase palm. Plant immediately. Depth 1 1/2", use well draining soil mixture. Keep damp and always warm with high humidity. Zones 9-11.



Dypsis lastelliana Red Neck Palm

Seeds of Dypsis lastelliana."Big Red" This is the proper red neck there seems to be about 3 forms but all are large plants, the seed size is twice that of D. Leptocheilos and grows at half the speed the leaves are held upright and the crownshaft is a deep maroonish red. Will grow very well in subtropics but will grow best in a tropical environment. A solitary, large, water-loving, moderately slow growing, monoecious, orange coloured crownshaft palm. It has a rough, brown trunk, 65 ft tall, 15 inch diameter with spaced ring leaf scars, and huge segmented, pinnate leaves, 10 ft. long,3 ft wide, dark green above and beneath. Zones 10-11.Seeds of Dypsis lastelliana."Big Red" This is the proper red neck there seems to be about 3 forms but all are large plants, the seed size is twice that of D. Leptocheilos and grows at half the speed the leaves are held upright and the crownshaft is a deep maroonish red. Will grow very well in subtropics but will grow best in a tropical environment. A solitary, large, water-loving, moderately slow growing, monoecious, orange coloured crownshaft palm. It has a rough, brown trunk, 65 ft tall, 15 inch diameter with spaced ring leaf scars, and huge segmented, pinnate leaves, 10 ft. long,3 ft wide, dark green above and beneath. Zones 10-11.
Dypsis lastelliana Red Neck Palm

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Seeds from Dypsis lastelliana. "Big Red" This is the proper red neck there seems to be about 3 forms but all are large plants, the seed size is twice that of D. Leptocheilos and grows at half the speed the leaves are held upright and the crownshaft is a deep maroonish red. Will grow very well in subtropics but will grow best in a tropical environment. A solitary, large, water-loving, moderately slow growing, monoecious, orange coloured crownshaft palm. It has a rough, brown trunk, 65 ft tall, 15 inch diameter with spaced ring leaf scars, and huge segmented, pinnate leaves, 10 ft. long,3 ft wide, dark green above and beneath. Zones 10-11.



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