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Dypsis leptocheilos Teddy Bear Palm

seeds of this beautiful Dypsis leptocheilos or Teddy Bear Palm. A medium sized, solitary palm with distinct rusty brownish-orange colored crownshaft that sports a fuzzy tomentum from which it's common name, The Teddybear Palm, comes from. The trunk can swell to a girth of about 6 inches and is distinctly ringed with the newest parts being green covered in a white powder. The leaves are exceptionally long with virtually no petiole. Often the leaflets get bent around in the wind and are held at various angles giving this palm a bit of a disheveled look, but the overall beauty is still not comprimised. Zones 9-11.
Dypsis leptocheilos Teddy Bear Palm

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Seeds from this Dypsis leptocheilos or Teddy Bear Palm. A medium sized, solitary palm with distinct rusty brownish-orange colored crownshaft that sports a fuzzy tomentum from which it's common name, The Teddybear Palm, comes from. The trunk can swell to a girth of about 6 inches and is distinctly ringed with the newest parts being green covered in a white powder. The leaves are exceptionally long with virtually no petiole. Often the leaflets get bent around in the wind and are held at various angles giving this palm a bit of a disheveled look, but the overall beauty is still not comprimised. Zones 9-11.



Dypsis malcomberi Malcomber's Palm

Seeds of Dypsis malcomberi or Malcomber's Palm. An attractive, medium to large solitary palm up to 30 feet tall, with tristichous leaves, and attractive reddish speckled petioles. It is found only in Madagascar. It is threatened by habitat loss. It would be quite tolerant of cool conditions, making it suitable not only for tropical but also subtropical and warm temperate areas. Also it would lend itself well to planting in avenues, parks, and large gardens. And finally, it reproduces readily from seed. Zones 9-11.
Dypsis malcomberi Malcomber's Palm

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Seeds from Dypsis malcomberi or Malcomber's Palm. An attractive, medium to large solitary palm up to 30 feet tall, with tristichous leaves, and attractive reddish speckled petioles. It is found only in Madagascar. It is threatened by habitat loss. It would be quite tolerant of cool conditions, making it suitable not only for tropical but also subtropical and warm temperate areas. Also it would lend itself well to planting in avenues, parks, and large gardens. And finally, it reproduces readily from seed. Zones 9-11.



Dypsis rivularis Sari 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 rivularis Sari Palm

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Seeds from this Dypsis rivularis or Sari Palm. The sari palm Dypsis rivularis displays a stem trunk with salmon-red to pinkish-red color. The feathery leaves and stems are green, but the trunk's lower parts display reddish tones. Native to riverbanks in northwestern Madagascar, sari palms with a trunk less than 8 feet tall produce the most intense red coloration. Once trees age and attain a mature height of 15 tall, the red trunk stem fades and remains olive green. Zones 10-11



Dypsis sp White petiole

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 sp White petiole

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Seeds from Dypsis sp. white petiole. In cultivation it is now mostly referred to as Dypsis sp. white petiole. While it appears to be rather slow growing, at least in its early stages, it develops into a breathtakingly ornamental palm with white leaf stalks petioles and white leaf bases that fade into orange brown towards the base. The leafstalks and bases have a curious, soft, felt-like surface. The leaves are strongly keeled and beautifully recurving towards the tip and hold numerous, evenly arranged, stiff, deep dark green leaflets that contrast stunningly with the white petioles. The compact and much-branched flowering stalk is produced from among the leaves and at first protected by a pure white bract. It appears to be an excellent palm for the tropics but may also do well in frost free warm temperate climates. Zone 9-11.



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