Dypsis sp White Triangle
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A large, clumping (2 stems) or solitary tristichous palm, to about 10m, with a very solid trunk and a spectacular white crownshaft.
There are 6 known plants of this in south-east Queensland, and they came in a some D. decaryi seeds in the early 1990's. It was initially thought to be a new species, but its now thought to be a hybrid between D. decaryi, and D. cabadae.
Sunny, moist, but well drained position.
Mike Gray (Text)
Tony Huntington (Figures 1&2).
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