You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. While seedlings and juveniles are formidably armed with yellowish spines, mature plants lose their nasty nature except for a single feature in the inflorescence: This page was last edited on 30 October , at Foster Botanical Garden, Honolulu, February Native to the Seychelles Islands, where it grows on steep slopes and ridges, sometimes to the exclusion of any other vegetation. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
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Deckenia nobiliscabbage palm or millionaire’s saladis a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae. Views Read View source View history.
Growing in a microclimate right near the Mexican border, the only specimen of this size known in So-Cal. Based on work by KonakidMattyB and palmnerd. Found intermittently in lowland forests, at elevations up to meters.
Deckenia nobilis – Palmpedia – Palm Grower’s Guide
It is in decline due to unregulated or illegal over-harvesting of the edible palm heartsbut certain stands growing on rocky crags and outcrops are very difficult for humans to reach, which swychelles affords them natural protection. Also, some new growth is attributable to tree nurseries on the Seychelles, which raise D.
It also has a very spiny seed pod, the seeds are about the size of a sunflower kernel. This Areceae article is a stub. In the wild, it is found intermittently in lowland forests, at elevations up to metres.
Retrieved October 2, The whitish crownshaft carries a crown of most graceful, pinnate fronds. Special thanks to Palmweb. Views Read Noblis View history.
Leaves are dark green, pinnate, and covered in black spines on the underside, however they form a very attractive crown. Sand, clay, or loam.
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All images copyright of the artists and photographers see seychellles for credits. Retrieved from seyfhelles https: Many Special Thanks to Ed Vaile for his long hours of tireless editing and numerous contributions.
Inflorescence a whitish yellow, fruit black when ripe. Foster Botanical Garden, Honolulu, February Back to Palm Encyclopedia.
This page was last modified This palm is rather cold sensitive as are all the Seychelles palmsand also requires very good drainage. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. While seedlings and juveniles are formidably armed with yellowish spines, mature plants lose their nasty nature except for a single feature in the inflorescence: In other seychflles Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Also, some new growth is attributable to tree nurseries on the Seychelles, which raise D.