|Etymology||Genus||Majestic (Archon) date palm (phoenix); referring to its majestic appearance|
|Species||After Princess Alexandra of Denmark|
|Synonyms||Archontophoenix beatriceae (F.Muell.) F.M.Bailey, Ptychosperma alexandrae F.Muell.|
|Common Names||Alexandra Palm, Alexander Palm, King Palm|
|Status||Exotic: Cultivated Only|
|Native Distribution||Queensland (Australia)|
Archontophoenix alexandrae is a commonly cultivated palm. The graceful single-stem palm has greyish-green leaves and crown shaft. The fronds is slightly twisted along the length to be almost vertically positioned. The leaflets are stiff and straight.
The slender and graceful form of the Alexandra Palm.
Fronds have stiff leaflets that are greyish green.
Crown shaft is smooth and greyish green.
Rings on a stem.