Dypsis decaryi is one of the most successful tropical-looking palms in cool climates. It is a palm with a relatively narrow stem, about 25 cm thick and can reach a height of 15 m. The leaves are pinnate and can grow up to 3 m long. Once mature, it can bloom all year round if the weather conditions are good.
Scientific name: Dypsis decaryi
Common name: Triangular palm, Neodipsis.
Origin: Southern Madagascar
Irrigation: Irrigation for Dypsis should be moderate and prefer well-draining soils.
Temperature: resists down to -4 ° C
Growth: The growth of Dypsis is slow
Use and tips: it is a palm tree that can stand in full sun and also tolerates partial shade and can reach a height of 15 meters.