As the name suggests this is truly a "Grand" palm. This palm exibits a solitary trunk up to 10 feet with striking leaves ruffled much like a patato chip. The leaf is undiivided giving it this unique look.
This is a stunning palm that occurs in the South Pacific from Vanatu and the Solomon Islands. This plant makes a great house plant for the foyer or entrance. It can also survive in Temperate gardens given the proper micro-climate shilded from drying winds and freezing nights. Without rain this palm requires some shade and regular watering to thrive.
Take this chance to grow this special fan palm. This is an easy germinator and moderte grower that can live indoors for many years before becoming too big. Free germinating instruction included.