A low-growing, somewhat shrubby palm with at least two distinct forms: one silver/blue, usually found near the Atlantic
coast, mainly in Florida, and one light green, covering huge areas in the undergrowth
of pine forest and marshes further inland and in the north of its range in northern Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Georgia and the Carolinas, seeds of which are offered here. Serenoa is an attractive plant and is becoming more and
more popular as a robust and reliable ornamental. Over the last few years there has also been enormous medical interest
in this palm, as a prostate medicine is made from its fruits. Probably billions of fruits are annually collected from
the wild for this purpose, making them more difficult to come by for horticulture.