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Pure beauty lives in this small to medium sized fan palm. Leaves are beautifully stiff and plicated as in an accordeon. Fruits are held in small bunches hanging on long, arching rachis. This palm grows wild in the most remote islets in the pacific.
Rosettes with spineless, green-silvery leaves bear powdery pink spikes with sky-blue flowers in late summer - "Coelestis" means sky-blue! Then, colourful pink-orange fruits will persist through winter until mid-spring. It does fine in cool temperatures but should be protected from frost.
Very ornamental deciduous erythrina from dry South Africa, with elegant, compact foliage. Branches come up from an underground caudex. It bears bicoloured flowers of an outstanding beauty. he caudex can grow to 25 cm in diameter and can be exposed in cultivation to enhance the unusual beauty of this plant.
Pale green leaves open up in tufts of fluffy fibres. A robust Dasylirion from high altitude desert regions in central Mexico that develops a short trunk, often holding multiple crowns of pale green leaves with frayed leaf tips. Native to dry areas of Oaxaca and Puebla, in Mexico.