Pseudophoenix lediniana

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Figure 1. P. lediniana

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Conservation Status:

[[www.iucnredlist.orgsearchdetails.php38660all" Threatened

Distribution & Habitat:

Endemic to the south-west peninsula of Haiti where it is found in dry scrub in river valleys.

Description:

A medium-sized solitary palm with a smooth, grey trunk that is distinctly swollen in middle, and long, graceful, pinnate leaves.

Culture:

Sunny, well drained position. Drought tolerant.


Figure 2. P. lediniana trunk close-up.


Contributed by:

Bo-G"ran Lundkvist,
Lundkvist Palm Garden (Figure 1)

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