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Dypsis decaryi

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PALMERA Dypsis decaryi (PALMAE)

Neodypsis decaryi
Palmera triangular
Origen Madagascar
Sun-half shade Medium water
Pinnate leaf Green, Grey
Flor Yellow
Baya o Fruta Greenish yellow
Alt.Max. 10/12 m
Anch.Max. 4/5 m
Zona ZONA 9
Plant which grows upright with arching leaves. Dypsis decaryi is a palm tree commonly known as the Triangle palm. It is indigenous to the Madagascan rainforest. Some specimens grow to a height of some 15 metres in the wild. It is relatively new to cultivation however, so outside its native habitat it rarely achieves anything like that height. The leaves are about 2.5 metres in length, growing almost upright from the trunk and arching gracefully outward about a metre from their tips. The leaf bases are arranged in three vertical columns set about 120 degrees apart on the main stem, forming a triangular shape in cross section. The inflorescences branch out from the axils of the lower leaves. They produce yellow and green flowers that later produce round black fruit about 25 mm in diameter.
Diam Ltr Perim Trunk height Total Height Others
PALMERA C65 110 100/125T
PALMERA C65 110 120/140T
PALMERA C80 240 140/160T
PALMERA C80 240 160/180T
PALMERA C80 240 180/200T
PALMERA C80 240 200/250T