Palms and cycads
Native to Australia and the South Pacific. Small feather palms with slender, ringed trunks and well-defined crown shafts (the smooth, usually green upper portion of the trunk, formed by overlapping bases of newer leaves). Leaflets are toothed at the tip. Often produce red fruit in warmest frost-free climates. Grow in well-drained soil.Ptychosperma macarthuri
Native to New Guinea. Grows to 10–25 ft. tall and 12–15 ft. wide, with several clustered trunks. Leaves to 6 1/2 ft. long. Good large understory plant. Often grown in tubs.
From tropical Africa. Grows to 10 ft., with triangular, 3-in., medium green leaves. Blooms all summer ...
Native to tropical parts of Africa, America, and the Pacific Islands, the species grows to 7 ft. high ...
Slow grower to 10–40 ft. tall, spreading to 10–22 ft. Basal offshoots eventually form clus...