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    Brighamia insignis Hawaiian...


    Sadly endangered in its native habitat (the moth that pollinated it is now extinct), Brighamis Insignis, known as the Hawaiian Palm, makes an interesting house plant for a bright spot without too much direct sunlight. A little trunk-like stem, tapering towards the top from a slightly swollen base, is topped by a spray of elongated shiny mid green leaves with rounded ends (pretty palm-like, it has to be said) which remains evergreen, with older leaves yellowing and dropping off and new leaves growing from the centre of the tuft. Undemanding, as it needs little in the way of watering or feeding and, if it really likes you, it will produce yellow scented flowers in the autumn. Well drained soil.