|Synonymy: Unknown||Distribution: South America|
|Common names: Ramo palm||Conservation status: Unknown|
Growing at the highest altitude of any palm at an incredible 10,000 feet (3150m) above sea level, this is
likely to be the hardiest of the Ceroxylon, and the one to try, when it gets larger, in the shady, sheltered
garden. Rich, acid soil and plenty of moisture please!
Photo courtesy and copyright © 2000, Martin Gibbons & Tobias Spanner, The Rare Palm Seeds Site.
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