The Palms

Nowadays, people are less putting their focuses on taking care and giving more attention to nature. We can see so many animals and plants are getting lesser and lesser nowadays, it literally become small species, just like the panda.

Usually, we don’t really get to see pandas in the zoo, only specific zoo that mentioned for it. Have you take some time to explore and understand how many types of palm are available so far around the world?

It’s okay if you don’t. Based on research, there are more than 100 types of palm tree available around the world. Let me share some of the well-known palm tree around the world with you.
So, shall we begin?

First, it will be Zombie palm. Wow, it sounds scary right, but no worries, it doesn’t look so horrible as you imagine.

This palm tree has a long root and the palm is shorter than the usual type and also softer.

Second is Date palm. Not the date you see from the calendar, but the real date palm. Date palm provides fruits while the other type of palm will not provide any fruit. Date palm will have lesser leaves compared to other types of palm tree.

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Third, Caranday palm. This type of palm tree looks like a giant version of pineapple. The root of this palm tree have a similar appearance as the pineapple.

But, the leaves are really long, it looks like a boy never get their haircut for 20 years. Well, I am just kidding, but it looks really long.

Last but not least, it is the Spindle palm. This type of palm usually will appear in the forest, instead of planting in the house. Unlike any other palm tree, Spindle palm has the biggest leaves among others.

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August 2022
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