Rhopalostylis baueri var. baueri
One of the famous "Shaving brush" palms of the SW-Pacific,
at home on the tiny windswept Norfolk-Island, this palm will grow in climates
from cool temperate to subtropical, though it is probably happiest in
a mild, moist climate. A large and swollen crownshaft, and ascending pinnate
leaves rising like a shuttlecock, with wide, light green leaflets give
it a beautiful and distinctive appearance. Strangely, it also makes a
very good interior plant, tolerating low light well.