Rhopalostylis baueri

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Figure 1. R. baueri in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco

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Common Names:

Norfolk Island Palm

Distribution & Habitat:

Norfolk Island

Description:

Very similar to R. sapida, but stouter, and with thicker petioles. Its fruit is small, ovoid/ellipsoid, and dull red/brown in colour.

Culture:

Temperate, shady, sheltered and moist. More warmth tolerant than R. sapida, and can grow successfully in sub-tropical climates.


Figure 2. R. baueri
Figure 3. R. baueri inflorescence.


Contributed by:

Eric Fehr (Figure 1,2&3)

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