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Palm And Cycad Shrub Seeds

Leading Exporter of Caryota Urens, Cycas Circinalis, Roystonea Regia, Areca Catechu, Phoenix Dactylifera and Livistona Chinensis from Dehradun.

Caryota Urens
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Packaging Size5
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameKittul, Sago, Toddy or Fishtail Palm

Being a customer oriented enterprise, we are engaged in providing a wide array of Caryota Urens.

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  • We are offering wide range of Caryota Urens, a common specie, solitary-trunked to 12 metres (39 ft) in height and trunk 30 centimetres (0.98 ft) wide. Widely-spaced leaf-scar rings cover the gray trunks which culminate in a 6 metres (20 ft) wide, 6 metres (20 ft) tall leaf crown
  • The bipinnate leaves are triangular in shape, bright to deep green, 3.5 metres (11 ft) long, and held on 60 cm long petioles
  • The obdeltoid pinnae are 30 cm long with a pointed edge and a jagged edge (hence, jaggery palm)
  • The 3 metres (9.8 ft)long inflorescences emerge at each leaf node, from top to bottom, producing pendent clusters of white, unisexual flowers
  • The fruit matures to a round, 1 cm drupe, red in color with one seed
  • Like all Caryotas, the fruit contains oxalic acid, a skin and membrane irritant
  • As these plants are monocarpic, the completion of the flower and fruiting process results in the death of the tree

Specifications:
Common NameSolitary fishtail palm, toddy palm, palm, jaggery palm
Synonyms
Collection LocaleCostal area and rain forests, INDIA
Altitudeupto 3500 ft
Seed Collection period Sept- Oct
Seed Longevity3 month- 1 year
Seed Purity99.00%
Seed Treatmentn
Usual Germination 60-90 %
Characteristics: Evergreen, Ornamental, medicinal


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  • Item Code: HI-CAUR
  • Pay Mode Terms: Other

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Cycas Circinalis
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Cycas Circinalis

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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Cycadaceae
  • Species: C. circinalis
  • Common Name: Queen sago, sago palm
  • Altitude: up to 1500ft

Description:
  • Cycads are an ancient group of seed plants with a crown of large compound leaves and a stout trunk
  • Cycads are dioecious plants, or in other words, there are separate male and female plants
  • The female plant produces the seeds, and the male produces cones with pollen in them
  • Queen Sago is often the focal point in a large yard
  • The Sago Palm is not a palm, but a cycad
  • Cycads are known to be among the oldest group of seed plants on earth, surviving unchanged for millions of years
  • The seeds are quite large and are brown or yellow and are displayed on the feather-like seed-bearing leaves
  • The seeds have a spongy layer that allows them to float on water
  • As a slow growing plant, the seed can take from 6–18 months to germinate
  • Cycas circinalis is now known to be an Indian endemic, restricted to the Western Ghats, in the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and the south of Maharashtra

Uses:
  • A type of flour can be made from the seeds of Queen sago
  • However, consumption of the flour may result in a neurological disorder because of the neurotoxins content

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  • Roystonea Regia
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Roystonea Regia

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TypeNatural

Roystonea regia, a tall graceful palm growing up to 10-12mt. or more with a columnar bole, native of Cuba, found cultivated in Indian gardens. Trunk smooth, generally slightly swoolen about the middle and covered all over with a white substance; leaves up to 3.0 m long, leaflets about 80 cm long and 2.5cm wide; fruits globose-oblong, 1.0-1.6cm long, purplish; seeds broadly ovoid-elliptical, with a homogeneous albumen. The trunk of the Royal Palm is swollen at the base. It constricts about halfway up and then bulges again just below the crownshaft creating a dramatic profile. The trunk is a smooth light gray that looks as if it had been cast from concrete. Royal palm produce a large 3'' to 4'' inflorescense on which both male and female flowers are borne, just at the base of the green crownshaft. Royal palm is native to cuba.

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Areca Catechu
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BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringSeptember
Packaging Size1 Kg
English NameArecanut or Betelnut palm, Areca Palm, Pinang Palm
Seeds per kg80-100

We have marked a remarkable position in the market by offering the best quality array of Areca Catechu.

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  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Species: A. Catechu
  • Common name: Betel Nut Palm, Betel Palm, Areca-nut Palm,Bunga, Pinang, Jambe
  • Altitude: 3000 ft.

Description:
  • Areca catechu is native of Peninsular malaysia but has been neutralised in India
  • Solitary trunk upto a height of over 30 meters
  • Full, rounded leaf crown 4 meters wide and tall
  • Blossoms are small, fragrant, whitish yellow
  • Deep yellow to red fruits 1-2 inch long, egg shaped
  • It is an ornamental as well as an economically important plant
  • Supari is medicinal nut

Uses:
  • The wood is a high quality timber that is particularly important to the plywood industry and also used for furniture, veneer, joinery, panelling, particle board, flooring and boats
  • The areca palm is also used as an interior landscaping species
  • It is often used in large indoor areas such as malls and hotels
  • It will not fruit or reach full size
  • Indoors, it is a slow growing, low water, high light plant that is sensitive to spider mites and occasionally mealy bugs

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Phoenix Dactylifera
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FloweringAug. - Sept.
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
English NameDate Palm

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  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Species: P. dactylifera
  • Common Name: Date palm
  • Altitude: upto 4000 ft.

Description:
  • Phoenix dactylifera grows 70–75 feet (21–23 m) in height growing singly or forming a clump with several stems from a single root system
  • The leaves are 4–6 metres (13–20 ft) long, with spines on the petiole and pinnate, with about 150 leaflets; the leaflets are 30 cm (12 in) long and 2 cm (0.79 in) wide
  • The full span of the crown ranges from 6–10 m (20–33 ft).

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Cycas Circinalis
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FloweringOct. - Feb.
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
Seeds Per Kg100-125

In order to cater the numerous necessities of the patrons, we have been able to provide a wide range of Cycas Circinalis.

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Livistona Chinensis
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FloweringJuly - Jan.
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePack Size
English NameChinese fan palm

Livistona chinensis A fairly tall palm, 6-9 m. high, native of China and Japan, commonly cultivated in gardens in India and Andamans. Stem stout, obscurely annulate; Leaves uniformaly flabellate, 1.2 - 1.8 m. diam., with 50 - 60 segments.

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Caryota Mitis
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FloweringJune - July
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

Leveraging on our extensive market knowledge, we are providing a high quality range of Caryota Mitis.

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  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Species: C. mitis
  • Common Name: Fishtail palm, Burmese fishtail palm
  • Altitude: up to 3000 ft.

Description:
  • Caryota mitis has clustered stems up to 10 m (33 feet) tall and 15 cm (6 inches) in diameter
  • Leaves can be up to 3 m (10 feet) long
  • Flowers are purple, fruits dark purple or red
  • Caryota mitis, is a species of palm native to southeast Asia from India to Java to southern China, now sparingly naturalized in southern Florida and in parts of Africa and Latin America
  • The species was originally described from Vietnam in 1790

Uses:
  • The Caryota mitis palm can be used in shrub borders and outdoor container plantings
  • It tolerates heavy shade and is often used in interior plantings in commercial buildings
  • It does well in indoor containers
  • The leaves can also be used as floral decorations

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Phoenix Acaulis
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FloweringMay
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Species: P. acaulis
  • Common Name: Dwarf Date Palm
  • Altitude: upto 1500 ft.

Description:
  • Phoenix acaulis or Dwarf Date Palm / Stem less Date Palm is a species of flowering plant in the palm family, native to northern India, Bhutan and Nepal. Found in altitudes from 350 to 1500 m, P. acaulis grows in scrubland, savannas and in pine forests
  • Trunks in this species remain underground or, at most, grow to a few inches in height
  • Leaves are 1.5 m long, gray-green, with 25 cm, pinnately arranged leaflets on short, armed petioles

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Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringMay-June

Chrysalidocarpus lutescens stem upto 30ft. high, with diameter from 10-15cm, cylindrical, smooth, thickened at the base. Leaves very long, spirally arranged, margin entire, linear shape, segments almost opposite, lanecolate, 60cm long, 7cm wide, acute, with 3 prominent nerves which are convex below and acutely 2 faced above. Flowers are yellow in colour. Leaves are yellow-greeen in colour on reed-like stems. Leaves have feather like appearance. After a time of development, the stem changes its appearance similar as bamboo. The Chrysalidocarpus filters xylene (which has toxic properties) from the air. It grows in tropical areas. The name Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens means ‘golden fruit’ in Greek and was given the name because it produces yellow fruit in the wild. It can tolerate a variety of soil and does need regular feeding.

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Cycas Revoluta
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Cycadaceae
  • Species: C. revoluta
  • Common Name: King sago palm, sago palm, Japanese sago palm
  • Altitude: up to 1500ft

Description:
  • This very symmetrical plant supports a crown of shiny, dark green leaves on a thick shaggy trunk that is typically about 20 cm (7.9 in) in diameter, sometimes wider
  • The trunk is very low to subterranean in young plants, but lengthens above ground with age
  • It can grow into very old specimens with 6–7 m (over 20 feet) of trunk; however, the plant is very slow-growing and requires about 50–100 years to achieve this height
  • Trunks can branch multiple times, thus producing multiple heads of leaves

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Phoenix Canariensis
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Species: P. canariensis
  • Common Name: Canary Island date palm
  • Altitude: Upto 4000 ft.

Description:
  • Phoenix canariensis is a large solitary palm, 10–20 m (33–66 ft) tall, occasionally growing to 40 m.
  • The leaves are pinnate, 4–6 m (13–20 ft) long, with 80–100 leaflets on each side of the central rachis.
  • The fruit is an oval, yellow to orange drupe 2 cm (0.79 in) long and 1 cm (0.39 in) in diameter and containing a single large seed; the fruit pulp is edible but too thin to be worth eating
  • It can reach heights of 40–50 feet it is slow growing and requires many years to attain that height
  • It has 8- to 15-foot-long rigid leaves that contain up to 200 V-shaped leaflets, the basal ones of which are modified into long, sharp spines
  • Healthy specimens should have full, round canopies with 130–150 leaves, but potassium (K) deficiency typically reduces the number of leaves in the canopy to half that number or less
  • In South Florida, this species produces about 50 leaves per year
  • Leaves are not self-cleaning and must be manually removed when dead, but the leaf bases eventually rot off, leaving an attractive diamond-shaped pattern of leaf scars on the 2- to 3-foot-diameter trunk
  • On older specimens, the basal foot or so of the trunk typically is covered with short root initials

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  • Phoenix Humilis Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural
FloweringMay
English NameDwarf Date Palm, Hill Date Palm

Phoenix humilis a handsome palm, 1.5 to 6 meters in height, sometimes with bulbiferous or short tufted stems, found almost throughout India, chiefly in hilly districts, up to an altitude of c 2000 m. Leaves sub-glaucous; pinnae scattered, interruptedly fascicled; fruiting spadix slender, spreading: fruit oblong, c. 1.25cm long, pericarp thin.The economic uses of this palm are similar to those of P. Acaulis. It yields a sago. The pith from the top of the stem is eaten. The fruits are sweet and edible, but contain little pulp. The leaves are used for making suitable for cordage. The wood (wt., 464 kg./cu.m.) is light brown and moderately hard (Wehmer, I, 121; Kanjilal, P.C., 381; Krishnamurti Naidu, 121; Gamble, 731).
Three Indian varieties of this palm have been recognized, which are generally not discriminated in their economic uses; some authors consider them as distinct species. Var. humilis (Hindi-Khajuri; Kumaun-Thankal) is common in the Himalayas, Assam and Northern and Central India; var. pedunculata Becc. (Mar. Shewra, shilind; Tel.:-Kondaita; Tam.-Inji, malai-icham; Kan.: Sun-ichil; Oriya:-Bukhorjuro, kojiri) is distributed chiefly in the hills of Deccan Peninsula; and var. Loureirii (Kunth) Becc. Syn. P.pusilla lour, non Gaertn. Occurs in Khasi hills and Manipur, and is a good pot plant.

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  • Phoenix Rupicola
  • Phoenix Rupicola
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TypeNatural

Phoenix rupicola is a very graceful palm native to India, and it thrives among the rocks and cliffs in the Himalayan Mountains. It is a tree with a cleaner appearance as the trunk is clean, not retaining the old leaf bases like other date species. As the leaves die they are shed leaving a smooth trunk ringed with narrow scars at the point of attachment. The leaves of palm it apart from the rest. The leaves, which grow to about 10 ft long are bright green color and are arranged in plane on the stem which gives the fronds a flat appearance that combined with their unique, natural curving, arching and twisting form results in a very graceful palm. Flowers are small, creamy yellow, in large clusters, made and female on separate trees. The purplish red fruit is less than 2 cm long and has a thin layer of edible flesh. Flowering: April-May.

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  • Washingtonia Robusta
  • Washingtonia Robusta
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Washingtonia Robusta

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TypeNatural
FloweringJuly - Oct.
English NameDesert palm

Washingtonia robusta grows to 25 mt tall, rarely up to 30 mt. The leaves have a petiole up to 1 mt long, and a palmate fan of leaflets up to 1 m long. The inflorescence is up to 3 m long, with numerous small pale orange-pink flowers. The fruit is a spherical, blue-black drupe, 6–8 mm diameter; it is edible, though thin-fleshed.

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Sabal Palmetto
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TypeNatural
FloweringApril - May
English NameCabbage Palm

The flowers are yellowish-white, 20 in (5 mm) across, produced in large compound panicles up to 8.2 ft (2.5 m) long, extending out beyond the leaves. The fruit is a black drupe about .5 in (1.3 cm) long containing a single seed. It is extremely salt-tolerant.

Sabal palmetto is a popular landscape plant known for its tolerance of salt spray and cold. Because of their relatively long establishment period and prevalence on ranchlands, few, if any are grown from seed in nurseries.

The cabbage-like terminal bud has been eaten as hearts of palm. The cabbage palm is remarkably resistant to fire, floods, coastal conditions, cold, high winds and drought.

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  • Wodyetia Bifurcata
  • Wodyetia Bifurcata
  • Wodyetia Bifurcata
  • Wodyetia Bifurcata
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Wodyetia Bifurcata

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FamilyArecaceae
English Namefoxtail palm

Wodyetia bifurcata, the foxtail palm, is a species of palm in the Arecaceae family, native to Queensland, Australia. It is the sole species in the genus Wodyetia.

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Trachycarpus Fortunei
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Trachycarpus Fortunei

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TypeNatural

Trachycarpus fortunei grows to 12–20m, 10-40ft. tall on a single stem up to 15–30 cm diameter. The trunk is very rough with the persistent leaf bases clasping the stem as layers of coarse fibrous material. It is a fan palm with the leaves with the long petiole bare except for two rows of small spines, terminating in a rounded fan of numerous leaflets; each leaf is 140–190 cm long, with the petiole 60–100 cm long, and the leaflets up to 90 cm long. It is a somewhat variable plant, especially as regards its general appearance and some specimens are to be seen with leaf segments having straight and others having drooping tips.
The flowers are yellow (male) and greenish (female), about 2–4 mm across, borne in large branched panicles up to 1 m long in spring; it is dioecious, with emale and female flowers produced on separate trees. The fruit is a yellow to blue-black, reniform (kidney-shaped) drupe 10–12 mm long, ripening in mid autumn. Occasionally it occurs that a male plant of T. fortunei besides the usual spadices produces also a few other spadices which carry really hermaphroditic flowers. The hermaphroditic and completely fertile flowers are almost exactly like the male flowers, but are a little larger and with the carpels well evolute, the latter about as long as the filaments, furnished with a ring of silvery hairs all round.

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