|Synonymy: Sabal glaucescens, S. nematoclada, S. allenii, S. morrisiana||Distribution: Southern Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuala, Trinidad|
|Common names: Unknown||Conservation status: Not threatened|
Named because of its similarity to Mauritia, this wonderful
Sabal has deeply split leaflets which hang down
in a distinctive fashion. Native to Mexico and definitely deserving of a place in the Sabal collection. Care as
for other Sabal palms.
Photos copyright © 1998, Jody Haynes. Top photo taken at the Tropical Research & Education Center, Homestead, FL; middle photo taken at Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami, FL.
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information on this palm.
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