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Chinese Fan Palm
Distribution & Habitat:
Open forest on Japan, Taiwan, and the Ryukyu Islands.
An attractive, solitary, fan palm to about 10 m with distinctive drooping tips to its leaves. It gets large bunches of blue fruit.
One of the most common palms seen in south-east Queensland.
Preferably a sunny, moist position, but its a tough, easy to grow palm, tolerant of a wide range of conditions.
Ian Edwards (Figure 1)
Mike Gray (Figure 2&3)