The Dypsis Lanceolata is an unusual collectors palm from the Comoro Islands. This exceptionally beautiful palm tree has a crown of gracefully arching dark green glossy pinnate leaves which are slightly plumose. The leaflets are broad for a dypsis species. A clustering palm the trunks are olive green in color and are ringed similar to bamboo. Venerable in the wild, it is a palm which is quite hard to come by and quite sought after
Latin Name: Dypsis Lanceolata.
Common Name: Ivovowo Palm.
Native to: Comoro Islands.
Hardiness: Frost tender.
Growth Characteristics: Evergreen. Very elegant clustering palm, with gracefully arching pinnate leaves ,slightly plumose. Short petioles. Broad leaflets. Venerable in habitat.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial shade.
Soil: Rich, well drained soil.
Moisture: Water regularly. during growing season. Likes humidity.