|Common Name||Footstool Palm, Roundleaf Fan Palm, Serdang|
|Botanical Name||Livistona rotundifolia|
|Origin||Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia|
|Growth Habit||Single Trunk|
Livistona rotundifolia (Fan Palm)
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Livistona rotundifolia (Footstool Palm, Roundleaf Fan Palm, Serdang) Medium-sized to large, palm with a slim trunk bearing prominent leaf scars. Spiny leaf-stalks, 2m long, support shorter, rounded, lustrous, deep green blades, divided for about two-thirds of their length into many linear, rigid, shallowly notched lobes. Cream flowers are produced in panicles shorter than the leaves, usually in summer, and are followed by spherical, scarlet fruit, 2cm across, which ripen to black.