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Licuala grandis Ruffled Fan Palm

10 fresh seeds of this beautiful Licuala grandis or Ruffled fan leaf palm. This beautiful palm is hardy in zones 9-11 and is one of the hardiest in our area. A very attractive, single trunking Licuala, to about 8-10 feet, with glossy, dark green, entire leaves. A very popular plant among palm collectors. Likes moist soil, and can stand full sun in the tropics (high humidity), they requires shade in the sub-tropics.
Licuala grandis Ruffled Fan Palm
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Livistona decora Ribbon Fan Palm

10 fresh seeds of this beautiful Licuala grandis or Ruffled fan leaf palm. This beautiful palm is hardy in zones 9-11 and is one of the hardiest in our area. A very attractive, single trunking Licuala, to about 8-10 feet, with glossy, dark green, entire leaves. A very popular plant among palm collectors. Likes moist soil, and can stand full sun in the tropics (high humidity), they requires shade in the sub-tropics.
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Livistonia chinensis Chinese Fan Palm

seeds of this beautiful Chinese Fan Palm or Livistonia chinensis. A slow-growing, striking landscape specimen. The Chinese Fan Palm is tolerant of poor soils, but does the best when regularly fertilized. A 30-50 foot tree with 5 foot drooping leaves. This Chinese native needs full sunshine to avoid getting leggy. This beautiful palm is hardy in zones 9-11.
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