Chamaedorea elegans #1 at 32″ tall on 9-22-11, #80-13.
Arecaceae Bercht. & J.Presl.
The Arecaceae Family was named and described by Bedřich (Friedrich) Všemír (Wssemjr) von Berchtold and Jan Svatopluk (Swatopluk) Presl in O Prirozenosti Rostlin in 1820.
When I last updated this page on 10-8-21, Plants of the World Online listed 182 accepted genera in the plant family Arecaceae. Wikipedia says there 181 genera with around 2,600 species. It is a family of perennial climbers, shrubs, acaules, and palms (from the Palmae Family). The only species I have grown is the Chamaedorea elegans (Parlor Palm).
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