|Synonym:||Pritchardia grandis (Wendl.) W.Bull.|
|Local Names:||Ruffled Fan palm|
Flowering and fruiting: Throughout the year
Distribution: Native of Pacific Islands
Habitat: Grown as ornamental plant
Key Characters: Solitary palm, up to 4 minheight with persistent leaf bases just below the crown. Leaves palmate, dark green, ascending and spreading in all directions; petiole slender, leaf circular in appearance, but really more wide than long, not divided, stiff, plaited, margins shallowly lobed. Inflorescence is interfoliar, arching outward from the axis. Ripe fruits cherry red, globose.