oceanic

Arenga micrantha

A larger-growing clumping species with some reddish colouring in the new foliage and attractive coarse black fibres around the base.

Caryota Ochlandra

Faster-growing fishtail, unusual flowering habit. About 5m high.

Chamaedorea Woodsoniana

A striking small shade-loving palm from Central America.

Chamaedorea Costaricana

From the Caribbean, an outstanding sun-hardy clumping palm with slender stems, growing to about 4m height.

Geonoma undata

Outstanding medium-small palm with velvety fronds and irregularly grouped leaflets.

Butia Capitata

Slow-growing, distinctive silvery-blue-foliaged palm.

Arenga Engleri

Slow-growing clumping palm from SE Asia which does not come up on a trunk, staying at moderate overall height.

Hedyscepe canterburyana

The immaculate palm from high altitude on Lord Howe Island with its unmistakeable silhouette.

Dypsis Baronii

Clumping stems up to 125mm thick, lush foliage.