Juania australisScientific Name: Juania australis (Mart.) Drude
Synonym: Ceroxylon australe
Size: to 50 feet tall (15 m)
Min. Temperature: 22°F (-5°C)
Water Requirements: Regular water
Sun Requirements: Light shade
Origin: Juan Fernandez Islands, Chile
18 to 20 leaves, with 140 to 160 regularly arranged leaflets,
Trunk: Open crownshaft,
Greenish white, leaf scars,
10 inches in diameter (25 cm).
Flower: Plants are either male or female.
Flower stalk coming from among the leaves.
6 stamens, 3 carpels stamens.
Fruit: reddish orange when ripe.
0.7 inches (1.8 cm).
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