- Central and Southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Northern
of the few hardy feather palms, it is a popular and
attractive palm for a wide range of climates. The common
name 'jelly palm' comes from the fact that it bears
edible fruit, which is used to make jam or 'jelly'.
grows in cool-temperate to tropical climates, is drought-tolerant
and has moderate to high light needs.
for indoor use?