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Palms

The palm family or Arecaceae are divided into 189 genera, structurally very diverse. All of the species grow in tropical or warm-temperate regions. Some palms are record setters for the plant world: Lodoicea maldivica (double coconut) has the largest seed, weighing up to 17 kg (37 lbs); Corypha umbraculifera has the largest inflorescence, reaching up to 8 m (26 ft) in length; and some Raphia species have enormous leaves which can reach 25 m (82 ft) in length. Many palms have edible fruits or are the source of widely consumed starches, oils and sugars. Others provide fibers or building materials such as thatch or canes such as rattan. Countless species are cultivated on a larger scale for their ornamental qualities.

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Acoelorrhaphe wrightii 'Azul' – Blue Paurotis Palm
A marvelous and rare form of of the well known Paurotis Palm or Everglades Palm with powdery blue leaves. Native to Cuba, it surprisingly is almost unknown in cultivation...
From EUR 9.30 In Stock
Acoelorrhaphe wrightii – Everglades Palm
Not uncommon in its home in the Florida Everglades and other swampy areas throughout much of the Caribbean, this lovely palm typically grows with three or four of its slim trunks towering above the rest of the clump. Small, neat, fan-shaped leaves atop chestnut brown stems gives it an attractive app..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
This large palm is covered with spines and is best described as "interesting," although a well-grown tree certainly has a very handsome appearance, especially from a distance. The difficulties in growing it are as formidable as its armament: the seeds are difficult to collect or to buy commercially;..
From EUR 10.70 In Stock
Acrocomia crispa – Cuban Belly Palm
A beautiful and bizarre palm from Cuba with a dense crown of spreading leaves with elegantly drooping, shiny, narrow leaflets, and a robust trunk that is grotesquely swollen in the middle. It is certainly a palm for those who like a challenge: its seeds take a long time to germinate, the seedlings a..
From EUR 18.00 In Stock
Acrocomia glaucescens
A small to medium-sized, trunkless or slender-stemmed palm rarely to 6 m tall with sparsely spiny, plumose, bluish green leaves. Native to western-central Brazil in the states of Goiás and Mato Grosso, it grows on sandy soils in cerrado vegetation at moderate elevation. It is very rare in habitat an..
From EUR 39.90 In Stock
If you have seen those neat and elegant crownshaft palms in shopping malls, they are likely to be Adonidia merrillii. They are chosen because of their ability to put up with less than perfect conditions, such as over- and underwatering, and dry air. They are also splendid outside in the tropical or ..
From EUR 7.80 Low Stock
Aiphanes horrida – Coyure Palm
Aiphanes horrida
Coyure Palm

= Aiphanes aculeata, Aiphanes caryotifolia
A very spiny but splendid, elegant and fast growing palm native to tropical South America with curly leaves and wedge-shaped leaflets. It is easy in cultivation and adapts well to most warm temperate and tropical climates. The seeds are edible and remind of coconut, but with a fresher, less chewy te..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
Allagoptera leucocalyx
A beautiful dwarf palm, widely distributed in Bolivia, Paraguay, northernmost Argentina and southern central Brazil where it grows in savanna on sandy soils to an altitude of 1000 m (3300 ft.), often forming dense stands. It forms a branching underground trunk that gives rise to a cluster of crowns ..
From EUR 18.30 Low Stock
Alloschmidia glabrata
Alloschmidia glabrata
= Basselinia glabrata
A very rare palm that grows in the north of New Caledonia between sea level and 1200 m (3900 ft.) in wet forest. Its tall, slender trunk supports a long crownshaft and about 10 elegant, ascending feather leaves. In cultivation it does well in tropical and warm temperate climates (USDA Zones 10 and a..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
Archontophoenix alexandrae – King Palm
A very popular palm from Australia with grass green, feather-shaped leaves with silver undersides and slender crownshafts. The small, bright red fruits are produced in large quantities. The King or "Alexander" Palm will grow in a wide range of climates from tropical to cool temperate, and does excel..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Archontophoenix cunninghamiana 'Illawarra' – Illawarra King Palm, Hardy King Palm
The Illawarra, a hilly costal region just south of Sydney and mildly popular with Australians for holidays, happens to be the southern limit of the natural distribution of Archontophoenix cunninghamiana. The palms originating from here are touted by some to be hardier to cold than those from further..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Areca gurita – Octopus Palm
A small, rare, clustering palm, described as recently as 2011 from the rainforests of Sarawak on the island of Borneo. Its botanical name refers to the resemblance of its curious recurving inflorescence to the tentacles of an octopus. Areca gurita is endangered in it native habitat through deforesta..
From EUR 18.80 Low Stock
Areca sp. 'Ubon', GERMINATED
A small, clustering Areca from Thailand with very finely pinnate leaves and fairly large seeds. ..
From EUR 10.70 Low Stock
This fast growing, clustering, tropical beauty from India and Southeast Asia has slim, ringed, grass green trunks, lush, dark green leaves, and lemon scented flowers followed by bright red fruits. It is readily grown in the tropical or frost free warm temperate garden. Seeds germinate readily and pl..
From EUR 5.90 In Stock
Areca vestiaria – Orange Crownshaft Palm, Fruit Loop Palm
Because of its brilliant orange crownshaft, this native of Indonesia is a highly desirable ornamental. It produces a large cluster of slender trunks supported by a dense cone of stilt roots. Best suited to tropical regions. ..
From EUR 6.40 Low Stock
Arenga australasica – Australian Sugar Palm
A rather large, clustering species from rainforests in northeastern Queensland, Australia with trunks clothed in fibrous leaf sheaths and spreading crowns of dark green leaves with silvery undersides. A vigorous palm that will adapt easily to tropical as well as warm temperate areas but is still rar..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
A small, shrubby, understorey palm to 2 m (7 ft.) tall, with densely clustering, thin, canelike stems and small leaves that are dark green above and silvery white below. The leaflets are roughly fishtail shaped and have jaggedly toothed margins. A. caudata is widespread over Southeast Asia and does ..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
A much sought after, clustering dwarf palm from peninsular Thailand and Malaysia with very large, entire leaves with jagged edges. It makes a prized ornamental for pots, indoors, or planted in the undergrowth of the warm temperate or tropical garden...
From EUR 7.80 In Stock
Arenga microcarpa – Aren Sagu
A vigorous, clustering palm from New Guinea and the Northern Territory in Australia, where the starchy pith of the slender green trunks is processed into sago. Aren Sagu forms several spreading crowns of dark green, pinnate leaves with silvery undersides. Usually one trunk dominates a cluster and ge..
From EUR 8.40 In Stock
Arenga obtusifolia
A large, clustering palm from the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra and Java, where it grows in rainforest at mid elevations. Its massive, pinnate leaves are dark green above and silvery below. The stocky trunk is clothed in a mass of black fibers. A breathtakingly fast grower, A. obtusifolia is best suited ..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
In Asia, sap from the cut off inflorescences of the Sugar Palm are used to produce a crude kind of sugar. It is a big, fast growing, tropical tree, with long, pinnate leaves that have silvery undersides. Its trunk is covered with old leafbases and coarse fibers in the fashion of Trachycarpus fortune..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
Arenga tremula – Philippine Dwarf Sugar Palm
A handsome, clustering palm from the Philippines that grows to about 3-4 m (10-13 ft.), and is suitable for a range of climatic zones from temperate to tropical. Leaves have long, narrow leaflets that are green above and glaucous beneath, supported by slim, green, ringed trunks that are covered in c..
From EUR 5.80 In Stock
Arenga westerhoutii – Westerhout's Sugar Palm
A largish, solitary palm, widespread in rainforests throughout tropical Southeast Asia from Bhutan to southern China and the Malay Peninsula. Its thick, short trunk is densely covered in coarse, black leafsheath fibers and carries a large, upright crown of flat leaves that are dark green above and s..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
This beautiful, large, solitary species from Central and northern South America is of course extremely spiny, like all Astrocaryum, but an interesting, quick, and easy-to-grow palm mainly for tropical areas...
From EUR 12.20 In Stock
Attalea cohune
Cohune Palm

= Orbignya cohune
A fabulous large palm native to southern Mexico, Central America and Colombia, where it grows in a variety of habitats. It is a stunning ornamental with a columnar, smooth gray trunk and a dense shuttlecock crown of stiffly ascending, deep green, flat leaves with arching tips. It does well in tropic..
From EUR 9.30 In Stock
Attalea colenda – Chivila Palm
This species, from the seasonally dryish coastal plains of Ecuador and southwestern Colombia, is an absolutely stunning but rarely cultivated, large landscape or avenue palm for the tropics or subtropics. It is probably the best and most elegant in the genus, with a smooth, light gray trunk and a ve..
From EUR 8.70 In Stock
Basselinia eriostachys – Purple Basselinia
A elegant, small, slender, clustering palm that is relatively common in New Caledonia and that has long been regarded as a form of B. gracilis. Recent DNA work has shown, however, that it would better be regarded as a species in its own right. In cultivation it is a rewarding and relatively easy to ..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Basselinia gracilis – Dainty Basselinia
This is probably the easiest and most popular species from this rare genus of New Caledonian Palms. On its native island in the Southwest Pacific, it grows from sea level to the cloud forest up on the highest peaks, making it suitable for warm temperate areas as well as the tropics. It is a smallish..
From EUR 6.40 In Stock
Basselinia tomentosa
Native to the remote island of New Caledonia in the Southwest Pacific, home of so many rare and unique palms, this striking species represents one of the most sought-after of all palms. Basselinia tomentosa is a tall palm with a solitary, ringed trunk up to 25 cm (10 in.) in diameter and reaching up..
From EUR 15.10 In Stock
This recently discovered, new Beccariophoenix originates in a humid valley west of Antsirabe on the high plateau of Madagascar, at an elevation of abt. 1000 m, where the temperatures are comparatively cool throughout the year and can drop below freezing at night in winter, making it ideal for warm t..
From EUR 8.70 In Stock
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Cyrtostachys renda – Sealing Wax Palm, Lipstick Palm
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Chamaerops humilis var. cerifera – Blue Mediterranean Fan Palm
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The Blue Mediterranean Fan Palm, which grows in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco up to 1700 m (5600 ft.), offers all the virtues a palm enthusiast from outside the tropics could wish for. It is as robus...

Hyophorbe lagenicaulis – Bottle Palm
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The Bottle Palm is a well-known and very popular ornamental for tropical and warm subtropical regions. It was once common on Mauritius in the Mascarene Islands but although commonly cultivated, its wi...

Bismarckia nobilis 'Silver' – Bismarck Palm
From EUR 6.90   In Stock

How to do justice to this magnificent palm in just a few words? The Bismarck Palm has a full crown of large, circular, silvery blue, fan-shaped leaves and a tall, columnar trunk. In seedlings and youn...

Brahea armata – Blue Hesper Palm
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It could be argued that this is the most impressive of the Braheas with its thick, fissured, gray trunk, and its crown of silvery blue, sometimes nearly white leaves that in moonlight take on an almos...

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