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Chamaedorea palms

Donald R. Hodel

Chamaedorea palms

the species and their cultivation

by Donald R. Hodel

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Published by The International Palm Society in Lawrence, Kan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chamaedorea.,
  • Plants, Ornamental.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 308-314) and index.

    Statementtext and photographs by Donald R. Hodel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB413.C45 H63 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination338 p. :
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1748872M
    ISBN 100935868569
    LC Control Number92070479

    Chamaedorea definition, any of various small, slender palms of the genus Chamaedorea, several species of which are cultivated as houseplants. See more.


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Chamaedorea palms by Donald R. Hodel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dr. Don Hodel wrote a book on Chamaedorea palms in and nothing has been done since that even comes near matching its treatment of this genus of palms. In fact, few books on any genus of palms are as thoroughly covered as Chamaedorea are in this one.

But many species have since been discovered, and some have been reclassified. This is a solitary trunk species that resembles an overgrown Chamaedorea the radicalis, this species forms a short trunk and gets to about 8 perhaps 10 feet plant was named after IPS member Jim Benze from California.

It is a very gratifying species because it is quite easy to grow. The parlor palm has long been used as an indoor plant in the United States.

This attractive little plant was first discovered in Central America and brought back to the United States, where it immediately became a popular indoor gained a. As mentioned above, Chamaedorea is a very diverse group of palm is one of the most charming things about this family.

The noted author on Chamaedorea palms is Don Hodel of UCLA in book on the Chamaedorea palms book demonstrated the vast number of species Chamaedorea palms book existence and the variability in their appearance and stature.

Chamaedorea Palms. by Donald R. Hodel (Author) › Visit Amazon's Donald R. Hodel Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Donald R. Hodel (Author) out of 5 stars 4/5(1). About the Parlour Palm Houseplant.

The Parlour Palm, or Parlor Palm in America, or by its Latin name of Neanthe bella is one of the most sought after indoor palms around today. The reasons for this couldn't be more straight forward - It thrives in our homes and workplaces where other species may struggle and it's also one of the cheapest palms you can buy.

Bringing the tropics indoors has never been easier than with the addition of a Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea elegans). Where many types of palms don’t grow well indoors, Parlor Palms thrive and are considered low-maintenance and hardy houseplants. Below. Chamaedorea Palms the Species and Their Cultivation [Hodel, Donald R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Chamaedorea Palms Cited by: C. seifrizii also makes a fine potted specimen as a landscape accent. It is one of the best palms for indoor use due to its tolerance of low light and resistance to infestations of mites and is more resistant to nematodes than C.

Chamaedorea palms book elegans. Chamaedorea seifrizii is easily propagated by seeds which germinate readily within type: Pinnate. Chamaedorea (from Ancient Greek χαμαί (chamai), meaning 'on the ground', and δωρεά (dorea), meaning 'gift', in reference to easily reached fruits, or the plants' low-growing nature) is a genus of species of palms, native to subtropical and tropical regions of the Americas.

They are small palms, growing to –6 m (1 ft 0 in–19 ft 8 in) tall with slender, cane-like stems Clade: Angiosperms. Get this from a library. Chamaedorea palms: the species and their cultivation.

[Donald R Hodel] -- This work describes each of the species of chamaedorea palms in detail and illustrates the diversity in the genus with over color photographs. These palms. Native to southeastern Mexico, the cataractarum palm, also known as the chamaedorea cataractarum palm, cat palm or Mexican hat palm, is an attractive, trunkless palm tree that can be found growing in the warm coastal regions of the United States.

The ideal growing climate for the cataractarum palm is USDA plant Chamaedorea palms book zones 9 thro in. A bit more information: Parlor palms are slow growing and eventually reach 4 feet in height. They prefer to be potbound. Move the plants to the next size. Chamaedorea is a family covering over species of plants.

Some species are known as parlor palm, a very popular species is the Chamaedorea cataractarum "Cat Palm". This is one Chamaedorea palms book the most sought after indoor palms around today. A graceful, slow-growing palm, it’s a great plant for the beginner and the seasoned houseplant collector, alike.

Chamaedorea are dioecious, male, and female flowers, on separate plants. Etymology: Honors Louis Hooper of La Habra, California from whose garden the type originated.

Only recently discovered (by Don Hodel induring research for his definitive book on Chamaedoreas Chamaedorea Palms - The Species and Their Cultivation), this is said to be Leaf type: Pinnate. Noteworthy Characteristics. Chamaedorea elegans, commonly called parlor palm or neanthe bella palm, is a small, compact, usually single-trunked palm that is native to rainforests from southeastern Mexico to northern winter hardy, it will rise to ' tall in shady areas of the landscape.

As a houseplant, this palm usually grows to 4' tall and is particularly. Chamaedorea elegans Parlour palm, For over a century Parlour palms have enjoyed a place in the British home.

A low growing palm (up to 3 feet high) that is very tough it will tolerate a lot of abuse but with a small amount of care will thrive. Great in almost. Chamaedorea graminifolia is an evergreen palm growing up to about 4 metres tall. It produces a cluster of unbranched stems 2 - 3cm in diameter; each stem is topped by a crown of 4 - 6 leaves An excellent book, giving basic information on all the species of palms native to the Americas that were known in Comprehensive information.

This book is a comprehensive guide to the genus Chamaedorea, with information on wild and cultivated species, and is aimed at both amateur and professional growers.

The introductory chapter is followed by chapters on the history, distribution and ecology, and general morphology of the genus. The main body of the book then has a key to the subgenera, and species Cited by: Many Chamaedorea species make good indoor palms, but this one seems to survive in total darkness (Ok maybe not that amazing).

It's called the metallic palm because it has a sheen on it's very dark, green leaves that makes it look a bit like metal.

Chamaedorea costaricana is a species of palm in the genus Chamaedorea, found in Central America. A common local name in Costa Rica is pacaya, [1] though this is also used as a name for Chamaedorea : Tracheophytes. The Chamaedorea seifrizii or bamboo palm is commonly grown in containers for use as a houseplant or in offices and shopping centers.

Bamboo palm works well indoors because it's small, normally reaching a height of about 7 feet and it doesn't need full sun. The tree originated in Mexico and Honduras and is. Palms grown outdoors have a thicker canopy than indoor specimens.

These palms grow at an average rate and can get up to to m ( feet) tall and to m (feet) wide. Locations: Chamaedorea seifrizii is requiring a partly shaded to shade position.

This palm prefers shade but can be adapted to partial shade. Field Guide to the Palms of the Americas Publication Author Henderson A.; Galeano G.; Bernal R.

Publisher Princeton University Press; Princeton, New Jersey. Year ISBN Description An excellent book, giving basic information on all the species of palms native to the Americas that were known in Palms are also grown for ornamental purposes, hearts of palm, wine, and many other uses.

Some palm species fall under the rare, endangered, and threatened groups, and require conservation. This chapter reviews the use of molecular markers and genomics in ornamental, underutilized, and vulnerable palms.

Chamaedorea elegans, the neanthe bella palm or parlour palm, is a species of small palm tree native to the rainforests in Southern Mexico and Guatemala. The parlor palm is one of the most heavily sold houseplant palms in the world.

It is one of several species with leaves that are harvested as : Arecaceae. It is extremely doubtful that Chamaedorea falcifera (currently viewed as a synonym of ifrons) is in cultivation outside of a few plants in is not a clustering palm.

It is worth noting that Donald Hodel and Juan José Castillo were unable to find the palm at the type locality during their extensive work on Guatemalan chamaedoreas in the. New and/or underutilized Chamaedorea palms with ornamental potential. Proceedings of the Landscape Management and Field Day, University of California, Riverside.

Hodel, D.R. New and/or underutilized Chamaedorea palms with ornamental potential. University of California, Cooperative Extension, Los Angeles. Hodel, D.R. Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book.

Most of these palms are small - from Neantha Bella (Chamaedorea elegans) which only grows to about 3 feet, to Chamaedorea microspadix (commonly sold at nurseries as "Bamboo Palm") which can get 7 to 10 feet tall. They're mainly "understory palms" so they like a shaded area with regular moisture - more, in fact, than most other landscape palms.

Parlor, Parlour palm (British English), Neanthe bella, (common). Chamaedorea elegans (botanical/scientific) Max Growth (approx): Poisonous for pets: Non-toxic to cats and dogs. Parlor Palm Plant Care.

Average warmth 65°F (18°C) and above is fine and no less than 50°F (10°C) at night. These are not demanding for the grower when it comes to. CHAMAEDOREA PALM. The term, chamaedorea palms, is used in this publication as a collective common name for those species of palm which belong to the genus - gh there are over species of Chamaedorea, only a half dozen or so are produced in commercial quantities for the indoor plant "chamaedoreas" are natives of the rain forests of.

The Plants Database includes the following 3 species of Chamaedorea. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.

Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Chamaedorea costaricana pacaya Chamaedorea elegans parlor palm Chamaedorea seifrizii Seifriz's chamaedorea.

Although a few collectors had palms in their collections for some time, the origin of the plant was unknown, and it remained nameless. However, inwhile performing field research for his groundbreaking book on the genus Chamaedorea, Don Hodel discovered the palm in the wild in Mexico and named it in honor of Lou Hooper, a well known.

Only recently discovered (by Don Hodel induring research for his definitive book on Chamaedoreas Chamaedorea Palms - The Species and Their Cultivation), this is said to be one of the most beautifull of the Chameadoreas.

Culture: A sheltered, moist but well drained position. Frost tolerant but a slow grower. Chamaedorea erumpens Bamboo Palm 1. Edward F. Gilman 2. Introduction. This small, delicate, multiple-trunked palm produces clumps of bamboo-like canes having lacy, pinnate, drooping fronds (Fig. New stems continually form at the base of the plant keeping it full of fine-textured foliage.

Bright green canes grow up to one-half inch in diameter. The slow-growing Kentia Palm (Howea forsteriana) and the Parlor Palm or Neanthe Bella (Chamaedorea elegans) grow slowly and are tolerant of less-than-ideal conditions. The popular Bamboo Palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii) is another durable choice.

Other Palms can make nice indoor houseplants if they get enough light. The Neanthe Bella Palm is widely grown and sold in the trade as a table top palm. You’ll frequently see it used in dish gardens and mixed plantings as a fluffy little filler amongst kalanchoes, african violets, pothos and more.

A viewer on Youtube requested that I do a vlog on the Neanthe Bella Palm care so I’m finally getting around to it. The Hardcover of the Designing with Palms by Jason Dewees at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.

“If you want to successfully add more bold fronds and a tropical style to your landscape, Designing With Palms is the comprehensive book for you.” I find grooming a chamaedorea palm one of the most satisfying of garden tasks Brand: Timber Press, Incorporated.

Chamaedorea palms bundled from the forest ready for sorting Sorting palms provides income for women in the Guatemalan Peten Children playing while their mothers sort palms “Uaxactun” – One of the communities where palms have been gathered for years Promoting Social justice Harvesting palms is an important source of income butFile Size: 1MB.

Other common names dwarf mountain palm parlour palm. Synonyms Chamaedorea pulchella Neanthe bella. Family Arecaceae. Genus Chamaedorea are evergreen palms with slender, solitary or clustered stems bearing large leaves which may be pinnate or shaped like a fish tail; insignificant flowers are borne in panicles or spikes below the leaves, followed by small fruits.Buy Bamboo Palm Tree - Chamaedorea seifrizii The medium sized Bamboo Palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii) originates from Southeast Asia, but can now be found abundantly throughout Central America.

The Bamboo Palm goes by many other common names such as Bamboo Palm, Reed Palm, Clustered Parlor Palm, and Cane Palm.Chamaedorea elegans has bright green leaves on slender, arching stems.

The leaves are pinnate, meaning it has feathered leaflets arranged on either side of the stem. With the Parlour Palm, these leaflets form opposite pairs and there can be as many as 40 leaflets on each : Hortology Plants.