An oddly attractive dwarf Phoenix that grows a rotund, semi-subterranean,
suckering trunk and short pinnate leaves with thin leaflets. Suitable
for growing in a wide range of climates, from temperate to cool tropical,
and especially ideal for the smaller garden or, indeed, a hot dry and
bright conservatory where its unusual form can be admired. It can also
be used as an unusual ground cover. These are seeds from wild, not cultivated,
plants so are guaranteed to be pure and not hybridized as so many commercially
offered Phoenix seeds are.