The Large 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.
It has a deep green color to the stalk and thin to thick-feathery leaves. With the proper amount of water, the Bamboo Palm can grow rapidly to an average height of 10 to 15 feet.
There are many species belonging to the Chamaedorea family but by far the Chamaedorea seifrizii is the most seen.
When situated in the right environment the Bamboo Palm can flourish and bring good luck and fortune to your home or office.
|Palm Tree Size||Large|
|Palm Tree Attributes||Popular, Tropical, Palmate (Feather Leaves)|
|Palm Tree Name||Bamboo Palm Tree|
|Palm Tree Common Names||Bamboo Palm, Reed Palm, Clustered Parlor Palm, Cane Palm|
|Palm Tree Botanical Name||Chamaedorea seifrizii|
|Palm Tree Country of Origin||South East Asia|
|Indoor/Outdoor Use||Indoor & Outdoor|
|Palm Tree Maintenance||Easy to Moderate|
|Palm Tree Can Be Potted||Yes|
|Palm Tree Growth Rate||Moderate|
|Average Max Height (Mature)||10 – 20 ft|
|Palm Tree Radius Spacing (Mature)||1to 5 ft|
|Palm Tree Sun Exposure||Moderate|
|Palm Tree Flower||Yes|
|Palm Tree Fruit||Yes|
|Cold Toleration||Zone 9a (20 to 25 F), Zone 9b (25 to 30 F), Zone 10a (30 to 35 F), Zone 10b (35 to 40 F), Zone 11 (above 40 F)|