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Palm Growth Chart best Suited, location growth rate palm size palm size suitable climate trunk type leaf/frond type is it self cleaning(yes) or drop its fronds (no) any spikes ,spines or serrations on the palm(yes) best attributes
common name scientific name indoor slow maximum height (metres) maximum spread / width (metres) cold (Melbourne) single fan yes spikes etc can be dangerous to children a few words to sum up each palm
both moderate both
outdoor fast tropical (Brisbane) clumping feather no
Bangalow Palm Archontophoenix cunninghamiana outdoor fast 25 3 cold to tropical single feather yes no native to the east coast rainforests, tall and skinny and very compact for small places
Bismarkia Palm Bismarkia noblis outdoor moderate 8 7 tropical (Brisbane) single fan yes no sheer elegance of the large fronds and colour of the silver blue leaves
Cascade Palm Chamaedorea cataractarum indoor / outdoor moderate 2 2 tropical (Brisbane) clumping feather no no bright green and bushy palm that only grows to 2 metres, good screening palm
Chinses Windmill Palm

Trachycarpus

fortunei


indoor / outdoor slow 15 2 cold to tropical single fan yes no-small serrations very cold tolerant, single trunk, nice feature palm
Cocos Palm Sygrus romanzoffiana outdoor fast 15 3 cold (Melbourne) single feather no no large, fast growing, very hardy, cold tolerant, single trunk palm
European Fan Palm Chamaerops humilis outdoor slow 4 4 cold to tropical clumping fan low leaf to remove no-small serrations very cold tolerant, multi trunk, dense, small fan palm
Fishtail Palm Caryota mitis indoor / outdoor moderate 8 4 tropical (Brisbane) clumping feather yes no attractive green fishtail shaped leaves, tall, multi trunk and bushy
Foxtail Palm Wodyetia biturcata outdoor moderate 10 3 cold to tropical single feather yes no quite cold tolerant and drought tolerant, tall single trunk, attractive foxtail leaves
Golden Cane Palm Dypsis  lutescens indoor / outdoor fast 10 4 tropical (Brisbane) clumping feather yes no great yellow/gold colour, fantastic screening palm for the tropics and not bad indoors
Hawaiian Fan Palm Pritchardia hillebrandi outdoor fast 7 3 tropical (Brisbane) single fan yes no beautiful, fast growing, single trunk fan palm
Kentia Palm Howea forsteriana indoor / outdoor moderate 18 4 cold to tropical single feather yes no slim and elegant, single trunk palm great indoors, attractive feature palm
Majestic Palm Ravenea rivularis outdoor fast 12 4 cold to tropical single feather yes no true to its name, tall, stocky single trunk palm with great feather like fronds
Big Bird of Paradise Strelitzia nicolai indoor / outdoor fast 12 3 cold to tropical clumping banana like low leaf to remove no a very large bird of paradise (not a palm), clumping trunk with white flowers
Rhapis Palm Rhapis excels indoor slow 4 1 cold to tropical clumping fan low leaf to remove no striking appearance, densely clustering, great indoor palm, very cold tolerant
Solitaire Palm Ptychosperma elegans outdoor fast 10 3 tropical (Brisbane) single feather yes no looks like a cross of bang and foxtail. Refreshing alternative to the bungalow
Travellers Palm Ravenala madagascariensis indoor / outdoor very fast 10 5 tropical (Brisbane) single banana like yes no similar to the nicholai, an impressive very large fan shaped plant
Triangle Palm Dypsis decaryi outdoor moderate 8 3 tropical (Brisbane) single feather yes no unique triangle single trunk, grey/green in colour and very hardy
Wine Palm Butia capitata   outdoor slow 5 4 cold to tropical single feather low leaf to remove no-small serrations one of the hardiest palms in the world, stout single trunk, edible fruit, nice feature palm

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