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This new palm was described in from southern Ryukyu Islands of Japan. It is similar to the beautiful Arenga engleri from Taiwan but it is probably more cold-tolerant. It is also smaller, with shorter and thicker stems, to 2m and 20cm diameter, and leaves to just 2m long. Slow, but frost-resistant, to about -7 C!
Evergreen South American bulb. The cultivar 'Alberto Castillo', has white, larger flowers and was collected in the 1980s by Alberto Castillo, the owner of Ezeiza Botanical Garden, from an abandoned garden in Buenos Aires.
Livistona fulva is a palm species, restricted in distribution to the Blackdown Tablelands in central Queensland, Australia. Livistona fulva is a tall solitary palm. In nature, it grows in open forests; in cultivation. it prefers a warm temperate climate and sunny position.
No common name is enough for this bulb, which bears one of the most beautiful flowers on Earth. It is the showiest of the genus Lilium but it stands out because of its perfect adaptation to mediterranean climates: it sprouts a new rosettes in autumn, and keeps growing through the winter until it blooms and dies back to ground in early summer.
- Branched plant, Cont.= 8,5 cm. Grows in open limestone gravely patches in the subtropical thicket vegetation areas around Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage in So.Africa. The area has mild coastal temperatures and both summer and winter rainfall.