Cabada Palm
Scientific Name: Dypsis cabadae
Synonym: Chrysalidocarpus cabadae
Dypsis cabadae

Size: Up to 30 feet tall (9 m) up to 20 feet in diameter (6 m)
Min. Temperature: 30F (-1C)
Water Requirements: Moderate water
Sun Requirements: Light shade, mature trees will take full sun
Origin: Probably Madagascar
Germination: 1 to 2 months
Leaf: Pinnate, 6 to 10 leaves, in 3 vertical rows, 120 leaflets, 8 to 11 feet long (2.4 to 3.3 m).
Trunk: clustering grayish green, Swollen base, green with light colored rings, 5 inches in diameter (12.5 cm).
Flower: Yellow male and female flowers on the same inflorescence. Flower stalk coming from among the leaves, 5 feet long (1.5 m).
Fruit: red. 0.5 inch long (1.2 cm). oval.

The Cabada Palm was found in a cuban garden, it has not been found in the wild, but its closest relatives can be found in Madagascar.

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