Sabal palmetto

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Noun1.Sabal palmetto - low-growing fan-leaved palm of coastal southern United States having edible leaf budsSabal palmetto - low-growing fan-leaved palm of coastal southern United States having edible leaf buds
palmetto - any of several low-growing palms with fan-shaped leaves
genus Sabal, Sabal - American dwarf fan palms
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Today Sweetgrass basket making involves four woven ingredients, including bulrush (Scirpus lacustris), long leaf pine needles (pinus palustris), sweetgrass (muhlenbergia), sewn with strips of palmetto leaf (Sabal palmetto).
Answer: The sabal palmetto, also called the cabbage palm.
Omolicna joi was found primarily in the fall, on Sabal palmetto plants in the non-maintained parts of the landscape.
nov., collected on dead leaves of Sabal palmetto in southwestern Florida.
Camponotus planatus workers were observed moving in trails along the irrigation system on the ground and crawling up and down sabal palms (Sabal palmetto (Walt.) Lodd), which were planted directly in the soil (rather than in pots).
Perhaps it has been imported into Texas from Florida with a planting of tropical or semi-tropical ornamentals; Litte (1977) and Clouse (1995, 1997) found nests of this taxon only on saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) or cabbage palm (Sabal palmetto), but it has also been found nesting on oaks (Hermann et al., 1985), Spanish moss (Bequaert, 1933) and on human constructions (Hermann and Chao, 1984a).
What could be more appropriate for our state tree than the sturdy cabbage palm (Sabal palmetto), a rugged native of Florida's swamps and hammocks?
Despite low rates of relative sea-level rise, the death of stands of Sabal palmetto (cabbage palm) along this coast has been attributed to effects of sea-level rise since the 1930s (Cooke 1939).
The native palms tested as suitable hosts were dwarf palmetto Sabal minor (Jacq.) Pers., saw palmetto Serenoa repens (Bartr.) Small, cabbage palm Sabal palmetto (Walter) Lodd.
"The heart of the hammock is the young Sabal palmetto," says Workman.