Pseudophoenix lendindiana


Reported by some to be the fastest growing of the family of pseudophoenix our experience has led us to believe that this is definitely not the case, it, too is slow, though not remotely as slow as P. ekmanii. It’s a beautiful palm with a bulging base and a white, waxy, slightly bulging trunk at about its midpoint giving it a spindle like appearance.  The leaves are  gracefully arching with limp leaflets thinner than others of the genus. In cultivation the palm should reach 30 feet