Reinhardtia simplex

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Figure 1. R. simplex



Central America, from Honduras thru to Panama




An attractive, small, clumping palm to about 1m tall with small (10-15cm long), simple, notched leaves. In contrast to the other cultivated members of the genus, this species doesn't have the "window panes" or slits in the leaves.


A popular collectors palm.


Warm, sheltered and moist.

Contributed by:

Colin Wilson (Figure 1).
Ian Edwards (Figure 2)


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