Dypsis: Dypsis Decaryi, Dypsis Lutescens, Dypsis Ambanjae, Dypsis Nossibensis, Dypsis Onilahensis, Dypsis Ambositrae, Dypsis Utilis

 
9781155550275: Dypsis: Dypsis Decaryi, Dypsis Lutescens, Dypsis Ambanjae, Dypsis Nossibensis, Dypsis Onilahensis, Dypsis Ambositrae, Dypsis Utilis
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 127. Not illustrated. Chapters: Dypsis Decaryi, Dypsis Lutescens, Dypsis Ambanjae, Dypsis Nossibensis, Dypsis Onilahensis, Dypsis Ambositrae, Dypsis Utilis, Dypsis Commersoniana, Dypsis Mananjarensis, Dypsis Sahanofensis, Dypsis Crinita, Dypsis Mangorensis, Dypsis Nauseosa, Dypsis Heteromorpha, Dypsis Tsaratananensis, Dypsis Basilonga, Dypsis Rivularis, Dypsis Decipiens, Dypsis Boiviniana, Dypsis Hovomantsina, Dypsis Arenarum, Dypsis Pilulifera, Dypsis Canaliculata, Dypsis Canescens, Dypsis Ifanadianae, Dypsis Oropedionis, Dypsis Psammophila, Dypsis Saintelucei, Dypsis Interrupta, Dypsis Scottiana, Dypsis Intermedia, Dypsis Singularis, Dypsis Dransfieldii, Dypsis Mcdonaldiana, Dypsis Tsaravotsira, Dypsis Madagascariensis, Dypsis Prestoniana, Dypsis Andrianatonga, Dypsis Fasciculata, Dypsis Ligulata, Dypsis Antanambensis, Dypsis Ceracea, Dypsis Oreophila, Dypsis Paludosa, Dypsis Pembana, Dypsis Perrieri, Dypsis Lanceolata, Dypsis Procera, Dypsis Malcomberi, Dypsis Bejofo, Dypsis Faneva, Dypsis Ovobontsira, Dypsis Confusa, Dypsis Ampasindavae, Dypsis Coursii, Dypsis Serpentina. Excerpt: Neodypsis decaryi Dypsis decaryi is a palm tree commonly known as the Triangle palm native to the Madagascan rainforest. It can reach 15 meters in height although it is rarely found that tall outside of its native habitat due to it being relatively new to cultivation. The leaves are about 2.5 meters in length, arching almost upright from the trunk and then arching gracefully about a meter from their tip. The leaf bases grow on three distinct sides of the plant, forming a triangle, which gives the palm its common name. Yellow and green flowers branch out from the lower leaves, which later produce round black inedible fruit about 25 mm (1in) in diameter. It blooms all year, thus making it especially colorful. The palm is a great ornamental plant and s...

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