Kimberley Fan Palm
A rare Livistona native to the Kimberley Ranges in northern Western Australia, where it grows in ravines and along the base of cliffs on sandy soils. It is a moderately large palm to more than 20 m tall with a rounded crown of up to 40 arching, deeply divided fan leaves. Although now generally considered synonymous with L. lorophylla from the Northern Territory, it can be distinguished by a stouter stature and denser crown and grayish leaves. An attractive, adaptable and drought tolerant ornamental for the tropics but very rarely seen in cultivation.