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Bangalo Palm King Palm Archontophoenix cunninghamiana 50 Seeds USA Company

Bangalo Palm King Palm Archontophoenix cunninghamiana 50 Seeds USA Company

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Archontophoenix cunninghamiana, commonly known as the Bangalow palm or King palm, is a species of palm native to the rainforests of eastern Australia, particularly in regions of New South Wales and Queensland. Here's a description of the plant:


It is a tall, slender palm tree with a smooth, grey trunk that can reach heights of up to 25 meters (82 feet).

The trunk is ringed with old leaf scars, giving it a distinctive appearance.

The leaves are pinnate, meaning they are feather-like, and can grow up to 3-4 meters (10-13 feet) long.

The leaflets are dark green, glossy, and arranged in a graceful, arching pattern along the length of the frond.

The crown of the palm is typically rounded and dense, with numerous leaves radiating from a central point.


Archontophoenix cunninghamiana produces small, red to purple, oval-shaped fruits that are about 1-1.5 cm (0.4-0.6 inches) in diameter.

These fruits are attractive to birds and other wildlife, which aid in the dispersal of seeds.


Naturally occurring in subtropical and tropical rainforests, particularly in moist, sheltered valleys and along watercourses.

It prefers well-drained, fertile soils and thrives in locations with high humidity and rainfall.

Cultural and Landscape Use:

Widely cultivated as an ornamental palm in tropical and subtropical regions around the world due to its graceful appearance and tolerance of a range of growing conditions.

Often used in landscaping for avenues, parks, gardens, and as a specimen plant.

It is valued for its rapid growth rate, which makes it an excellent choice for creating a tropical ambiance in a relatively short amount of time.


Requires regular watering, especially during dry periods, to maintain its lush appearance.

Responds well to fertilization and benefits from occasional pruning to remove dead or damaged fronds.


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