Chamaedorea geonomiformis
No common name frequently used

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 Chamaedorea geonomiformis

Chamaedorea geonomiformis

   

Description

   

Locality:

Mexico and northern Central America

Cold Hardiness: 

25 to 28 degrees F.

Trunk type:

Thin, single trunk; miniature species usually under three feet tall

Leaf type:

Simple, bifid type

Suckering/Solitary:

Solitary, (single trunk).

Maintenance:

Easy, likes shade

Speed of growth:

Medium to slow, remembering that it never gets tall

Height:

Two to three feet

Soil requirements:

Good drainage and ample water

Sun Requirements:

Shade or light filtered

General Description:

A gorgeous very small palm that looks good in clumps of multiple plants.  A nice "filler plant" for that special shady area.  

Other Notes:

Makes nice houseplant.  Similar to C. ernesti-augusti but with more narrow leaves.

 

Recommended: Chamaedorea Palms, The Species

Further Data:

Palm for sale/Availability:

Call for availability; very rare

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