Definition of Rhapis humilis
1. Noun. Chinese lady palm with more slender stems and finer sheath fibers than Rhapis excelsa.
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Literary usage of Rhapis humilis
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1. Home Floriculture: A Familiar Guide to the Treatment of Flowering and Other by Eben Eugene Rexford (1903)
"... form bushy and compact specimens without having to be made up. Fig 34^ shows a good specimen of R. humilis or Rattan Palm. Ttr. 34 1-2—Rhapis humilis ..."
2. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1888)
"... and A. sapida, Rhapis humilis, Cycas revoluta, Caryota uren, Kentia baueri, and K. sapida, and our Pacific species Washingtonia filifera, ..."
3. The MAGAZINE of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and (1868)
"Rhapis humilis.—Rather scarce; the same remarks apply as to the foregoing. Corypha australis.—A fine palm when once it has got into growth; it does well in ..."
4. The American Journal of Horticulture and Florist's Companion (1869)
"Rhapis humilis. — Rather scarce. The same remarks apply as to the foregoing. Corypha Australis. — A fine palm when once it has got into growth. ..."