Native to the Philippines, this is an attractive, small
grown in tropical gardens. Maturing to 20 ft (6 m) tall, it has a
slender trunk marked with rings.
The feathery, bright green leaves, springing from a short green
crownshaft, form a compact crown.
The bright red fruit, about 1 1/2 in (35 mm) long, hang in clusters
below the crown.
Cultivation: They do best in full sun or part-shade.
Mature trees make attractive lawn and landscape specimens, while
young plants grow well in tubs, even indoors in well-lit conditions.
Propagation from seed is slow.