Ceroxylon Parvifrons. Golden Wax Palm
The Ceroxylon Parvifrons is a rare collectors palm. It grows at the highest altitude of any palm in the world, but is becoming increasingly rare in its natural habitat being classed as endandered in Venezuela. Its solitary trunk is waxy and grey-white in colour with dark rings. The crown is made up of 6-7 neat, slightly arched leavesand the undersides usually carry a thick layer of golden coloured tormentum. Leaflets are stiff and point upward forming a 'V' shape in cross-section and petioles are unarmed. Also rare in cultivation, this ornamental palm is hard to come by and quite sought after.
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CEROXYLON PARVIFRONS. Golden Wax Palm.
Latin Name: Ceroxylon Parvifrons.
Common Name: Golden Wax Palm. Ramo Palm.
Native to: Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia.
Hardiness: Frost tender. Dislikes a lot of heat.
Growth Characteristics: Slow growing. Evergreen. Solitary palm, with 6-7 slightly arching leaves, 'V' shaped in cross section. Golden coloured tormentum on undersides of leaves. Regular outline. Unarmed petioles.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial shade.
Soil: Well drained soil. Acidic.
Moisture: Water regularly, do not let dry out between waterings.
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