Licuala aurantiaca or Golden Palm:
Habitat and Distribution:
Endemic to South East Asia, specifically Borneo, Cambodia, Malaysia, Sumatra, Thaliand and Vietnam.
This beautiful palm has a robust clustering habit with short stems and palmate leaves with few segments. It grows up to 12 feet and has vividly orange colored leaf sheaths and stalks., which makes it a very desirable ornamental palm.
Its natie habitat is a peat swamp forest and does best in a tropical or subtropical climate, needing plenty of water to grow.
It produces long hanging inflorescences and has orange red fruit.
10B and above
Reports are coming in that this newly described palm is pretty tough. Palm collectors/lovers have attested to it being a great palm for indoors with reports of it being a steady grower.
Safely shipped bare or semi-bare root in a sterile medium.
Buyer assumes all risk of plant loss due to buyer's state agricultural regulations and bare root shipping.
Please track and be available to receive your plant when it arrives to avoid damage due to extreme temperatures, lack of humidity, etc.
To avoid risk of damage to plants during delivery, please do not place an order when extreme temperature or weather conditions are likely.
Many of our sun loving plants are grown in various amounts of shade and will require a slow introduction to appropriate amounts of sun.
For all items "quantity available" greater than (1), item shipped may not be the actual item in the photo.
Return policy: If for any reason your order arrives in poor condition due to negligence on our part, we will gladly refund the purchase price or send a replacement. Buyers must please send a notification within (1) day of arrival describing the problem accompanied by photos of the un-altered plant in its original packing material.
Various levels of shipping are available on request.
Shipping for international orders varies.
Propagation from seed or cuttings unless other method, such as grafting is stated.
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