San Pablo Palm
Scientific Name: Chamaedorea pinnatifrons (Jacq.) Oerst.
Chamaedorea pinnatifrons

Size: 4 to 13 feet tall (1.2 to 4 m) up to 4 feet wide (1.2 m)
Min. Temperature: 28F (-2C)
Water Requirements: Regular water
Sun Requirements: Light shade to shade
Origin: Southern Mexico to Peru and Brazil
Leaf: Pinnate, 4 to 8 leaves with 8 to 22 leaflets, or simple leaves with up to 11 veins per side.,
Trunk: 0.2 to 1 inch in diameter (5 to 25 mm).
Flower: separate male and female plants. Female flowers cream colored. Flower stalk coming from between the leaves, bright orange to cream.
Fruit: yellow orange, turning black or yellow when ripe. up to 0.6 inches long by 0.2 inches in diameter (1.5 by 0.5 cm). elongated.

This is a widespread and variable species.

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