Asian palm areca

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Colors Green to brown or orange-red Shapes Ellipsoid narrowing to a beaked tip, up to 2. Trunks are green in new parts and grayish in older parts, thin and elegant and not more than three inches in diameter which is encircled with widely spaced whitish circles of leaf base scars. Crownshaft is smooth, green, barely bulging at base and about 3 to 4 feet high. The leaves resemble betel nut palm.

How to Grow the Areca Palm

Common information about the Areca palm - TU Delft neveragainisalie.com

The Areca is a great palm for a tropical splash in the summertime and can be placed on home patios and at building entrances in northern climates, but really will thrive inside your home as well. With this plant you can truly create the tropical setting of your dreams! Transform your space into a scene out of Hawaii, or your favorite tropical island, bringing in all of those summery and vacation vibes. Also known as the Butterfly Palm , because of its arching yellowish-green fronds. The Butterfly Palm has numerous benefits like its use for weddings and parties because of its inexpensiveness, and its longevity to name some of the reasons this palm is awesome!

Know about the Wild Areca Palm

It is hard to believe that the areca palm Dypsis lutescens was once an endangered species. Drive down almost any street in a warm climate, and you are likely to see dozens of these tall, attractive, clumping palms that look a lot like bamboo. The palms have smooth, sometimes golden trunks that are reminiscent of bamboo clumps.
Areca is a genus of about 50 species of palms in the family Arecaceae , found in humid tropical forests from the islands of the Philippines , Malaysia and India , across Southeast Asia to Melanesia. The best-known member of the genus is A. Areca nut is also popularly referred to as betel nut because of its usage for chewing with betel leaves. In Assam, areca nut is also known as tamul in the local dialect. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.