Chamaedorea seifrizii is a member of the Arecaceae family hailing from forested regions of Central America – Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico. It is also referred to as Clustered Parlor Palm, Bamboo Palm plant, Reed Palm or Cane Palm.
When kept as an indoor houseplant, Clustered Parlor Palm can reach a height of about seven feet and a width of about four feet. The palms reed-like stems grow in thick clumps. Bamboo Palm flowers are dioecious, meaning that the male flowers and the female flowers grow on separate plants. The blooms are yellow, and the female flowers transition into orange fruits which turn black when they are ripe. The flowers have no noticeable fragrance. Bamboo Palm is a hardy, affordable palm that does well in a wide variety of indoor settings where lighting and temperature are moderate and consistent. It is frequently used as an office or mall plant, and makes a nice addition to any room that can provide bright, filtered lighting and a comfortable temperature.