Parajubaea torallyi var. microcarpa

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Figure 1. P. torallyi var microcarpa

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Distribution & Habitat:

Sandstone ravines of the mountains of Bolivia.

Description:

Feather palm to about 14m high, with arching leaves up to 5m long. Edible fruit.

Culture:

Dry, well drained temperate areas. Frost tolerant.



Contributed by:

Gaston Torres Vera,
Cordoba, Argentina (Figure 1) (Images copyright Argentina Palms)

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