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The drooping ends of the fronds make this an especially attractive palm.  Some people mistake the Chinese  fan palm for a cabbage palm.  One way to identify the Chinese fan palm is to look at the frond petiole for small, sharp spikes pointed inward.
Chinese Fan Palm, Livistona chinensis
Chinese Fan Palms
Row of Chinese Fan Palms
Their smaller stature make them a good choice as a divider when planted in a row.
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Chinese Fan Palms
Chinese Fan Palms in a Row Planting
A grouping of Chinese fan palms with varying heights forms a  wall of feathery palm fronds.  It makes and oustanding tropical screening.
Chinese Fan Palm Screening
Chinese Fan Palm Screening