Chamaedorea Radicalis (arborescent Form). Hardy Palour Palm
The Chamaedorea Radicalis is probably the most cold tolerant of all the Chamaedoreas. There are two distinct forms, the arborescent form produces a trunk and is the most rare. The trunk is light green in colour and ringed with a distinct crownshaft. The crown is open and fern-like with graceful pinnate leaves medium-dark green in colour and slightly glossy. The long leaflets grow from the rachis at a slight angle producing a beautiful 'V' shape although there are rarely more then 6 leaves even when mature.
Slow growing, this palm is very tropical looking and handsome. A great one for the collectors
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CHAMAEDOREA RADICALIS. Aborescent form.
Latin Name: Chamaedorea Radicans (aborescent)
Common Name: Hardy Palour Palm.
Native to: North Eastern Mexico.
Hardiness: -8 degrees.
Growth Characteristics: Trunked form. Slow growing, with pinnate medium dark green Long leaflets not on a single plane producing a 'V' shape. Usually around 6 leaves in crown. Up to 4m tall in habitat.
Sunlight: Full sun.
Soil: Rich. Well drained soil.
Moisture: Water regularly. Allow to dry a little between waterings.
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