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Bactris riparia

Bactris riparia
Product Code: Y1-87R00
Ornamental Value: Average
Availability: Out of stock

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A densely clustering species with slender, cane-like stems and finely pinnate, upright leaves. B. riparia is native to the western Amazon region where it is found growing along rivers in seasonally flooded areas. A nice addition to the tropical garden.
Cultural Requirements
Sun Exposure Light shade in dry, hot climates
Light shade in all climates
Deep shade when young
Deep shade in dry, hot climates
Frost Tolerance None
Water Requirements High
Wind Tolerance Moderate
Appearance
Growth Rate Fast
Growth Form Palmlike Tree
Shrub
Ornamental Value Average
Uses
Properties Evergreen
Hazards Spiny
Gardening Fence
Hedge
Indoor
Ornamental
Potted
Classification
Plant Group Palms
Botanical Order Arecales
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