Chamaedorea stolonifera
Stolon palm

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 Chamaedorea stolonifera

Chamaedoreea stolinifera






Cold Hardiness: 

28, F.

Trunk type:

Suckering by means of it's running "stolons".

Leaf type:

Simple leaves, short, solid with somewhat of a "fishtail appearance".   


Suckering with very thin trunks, under 1 cm in size.  Clumps rarely get above head height.


Average, but prefer shady locations

Speed of growth:

Average.  With time will form colonies.


To about 6 feet

Soil requirements:

Rich, well draining soil

Sun Requirements:

Filtered light or shade.  Full sun will burn this species.

General Description:

A very cute, suckering species that is reliable and attractive.  It will fill in an area and never gets too tall. 

Other Notes:

Can be propagated by cutting off and removing rooted-out plants produced by its stolons.  Over the years, one plant makes many.

Further Data:

Recommended: Chamaedorea Palms, The Species

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