Caryota mitis (Burmese Fishtail Palm, Clustered Fishtail Palm)

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Caryota mitis (Burmese Fishtail Palm, Clustered Fishtail Palm) is a Small to medium-sized palm with clustered stems, at first clothed with fibrous leaf bases, later bare. The broadly linear, 2-pinnate, rich green leaves are 2-4m long, with 6-60, fish-tail-like, asymmetrically 3-angled leaflets. Pendant panicles, 30cm or more long, of cream flowers, to 2cm across, are borne in summer. Height 3-12m, Spread 3-7m. A native of Burma to the Malaysian peninsula, Indonesia (Java), Philipines.

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Common Name Burmese Fishtail Palm, Clustered Fishtail Palm
Botanical Name Caryota mitis
Height 3-12m
Spread 3-7m
Origin Indonesia, the Philippines
Category Palms
Family Arecaceae/ Palmae
Flower Colour Cream
Drought Tolerance High
Salinity Tolerance Medium
Sun Tolerance High
Wind Tolerance High
Water-Log Tolerance Medium
pH Level Basic
Pest Tolerance Medium
Disease Tolerance Medium
Growth Rate Slow
Fragrance No
Growth Habit Cluster

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