Lady Palm, Rhapis Excelsa, Miniature Fan Palm

145.00 AED

Max Height: 1.5-5m Spread: 1-2m

Origin: S. China Family: Arecaceae/ Palmae

Common Name: Lady Palm, Miniature Fan Palm Flower Colour: Inconspicuous

Drought Tolerance: Medium Salinity Tolerance: Low

Sun Tolerance: Low Wind Tolerance: Low

Water Requirement: Medium PH level: Basic

Pest Tolerance: High Disease Tolerance: High

Growth Rate: Slow Fragrance: No

*Plant Hight will be 80-100cm

A delightful fan palm, with large, thick leaves, that are wider than many other palms and blunt tipped. Rhapis excelsa bears rhizome offshoots, leading to clusters of upright stems, perfect for a flourish of lush interior greenery. Thick fibres envelop new stems, these fall away in time to reveal bamboo-like trunks, and give the palm its other common name: Bamboo Palm. Rhapis excelsa is a versatile slow growing palm that adapts extremely well to being grown indoors in a container. It is not fussy about light or humidity, being one of the more shade tolerant palms.

Common name of Rhaphis excelsa is lady palm سيدة النخيل or miniature fan palm. Small, clump-forming palm with slender, erect, bamboo- or reed-like stems. The long-stalked, deeply lobed, lustrous, dark green leaves, 20-30cm long, each have 3-10 broadly to narrowly lance-shaped, puckered lobes. Tiny, bowl-shaped cream flowers are borne in panicles, to 12cm long, among the leaves, in summer.


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