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603. Specimens of the Coquito Palm of Chile, in Camden. Park, Ne

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The palms were planted by Sir W. Macarthur, and were fifty years old when painted. The Coquito Palm (Jubaea spectabilis, H. B. K.), which is the most southerly representative of the family in America, is remarkable for its stout trunk. In Chili a sweet syrup called Miel de Palma, or Palm-honey, is prepared from the sap, which is or was, much esteemed for domestic use as sugar

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 5122282

Date: 16th June 2011

Filename: MN_603-004440LA090602_00014.jpg

Image Size: 8364 x 5760 Pixels

Filesize is 31.06MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, camden park, chile, coquito palm, landscape, leaves, marianne north, new south wales, painting, sir w macarthur