Ivory cane palm - Plant
Description for Ivory cane palm
The Ivory Cane Palm is a nice, medium sized clumping palm from rainforests on Indonesian islands growing to around 8 meters tall. It develops a slim, ringed green trunk with feather shaped leaves. Pinanga coronata bears bright red, oval fruit which turns black once ripe.The Ivory Cane Palm is best grown in part to full shade. It is mainly grown in the tropics, but this palm has some tolerance to cold and can withstand cold temperatures for short amounts of time. Excellent indoor plant. In the garden this Ivory Cane prefers a sheltered and moist position. Quite easy to grow and very rewarding!
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Ivory Cane Palm, Coronata Palm||-||-||About 12 feet.||Easy to grow.|
Planting and care
|Filtered or shade; doesn t like hot dry sun.||Rich (high in organics and nutrients), well-drained.||Keep the soil moist.||28-30 degrees, C.||Any "Palm Special" Formula Fertiliser would be fine, along with occasional Mg & Mn Sulfate soil "drenches".|
Caring for Ivory cane palm
- Try and keep your new Pinanga out of directly windward locations, as this is primarily an under-storey rainforest palm!
Typical uses of Ivory cane palm
Ornamental use: Gorgeous, emerald green, foliage will help create a lush, tropical style garden. Great as an indoor plant, patio, pot plant or as a feature plant, this palm can make a bold statement in any garden.