Livistona decora (2)

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Figure 1. L. decora on the Gold Coast.

Contents

Synonymy:

None

Common Names:

Ribbon Fan Palm,
Weeping Cabbage Palm

Habitat:

River banks, and coastal areas of central Queensland

Description:

One of the mosts attractive of the Livistonas to about 10m, with very finely divided leaves which hang down.

General:

Culture:

Sunny, moist position. Very tolerant of wet and coastal conditions. Also quite cold tolerant.



Contributed by:

Daryl O'Connor (Figure 1)

External Links:

Kew, PalmWeb, JSTOR, Trebrown

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