The maximum height of a long-lived palm tree is 12 m. Even in the wild, growth usually stops at the 6-meter mark, and at room content is three times less. Dipsis yellowish-multi-stemmed palm. Cylindrical trunks with a diameter of about 15 cm grow close to each other, are erect and slightly inclined. Green young stems, growing up, change color to yellow. The long, feathery leaves are arched. On both sides of the rachis are narrow leaves with a sharp tip. The yellowish petiole is decorated with small black spots. Yellow shades are added to the green color of the foliage. The palm tree blooms in spring and summer. Male and female flowers are in a common inflorescence. Small pistillates are located between the stamens. After pollination, fruits appear-drupes. They are rounded and elliptical with a diameter of 2-2.5 cm. As they mature, they turn from green to yellow, red, and purple. Each fruit contains one seed in a hard shell.