Eric in Orlando Posted September 1, 2009 Report Share Posted September 1, 2009 Arenga micrantha, Tibetan Sugar Palm, is a clustering palm native to Tibet and the eastern Himalayan region. Here is our biggest specimen, its around 10ft tall overall height and has started suckering. Its growing under tree canopy with bright filtered light and is thriving. It has been a slow grower but has picked up the pace in the last couple of years. This one was planted in Nov. 2003 from a 1 gal. pot. The undersides of the newer leaves have a nice silvery bronze coloring. 1 Eric Orlando, FL zone 9b/10a Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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