You see very few Encephalartos here but that ferox is one I'd like to have.
Here's one of my Livistona humilis. They're native to this area. In fact in some places they dominate the understorey, although getting 10 to 12 metres tall they're a bit above the "understorey" category.
A couple of Sabal minor. Photo's a few years old but they're slow growing and are not much taller now.
Dypsis lutescens, a green stemmed form, with a creeping Ficus pumila on the trunks.
Wodyetia bifurcata. This one keeps producing seeds but I've run out of people to give them away to.
Caryota mitis. I cut it off near ground level when it starts to trunk. Otherwise when they get to flowering I end up with a lot of seed. As it is, birds and flying foxes bring in seed from the neighbourhood and there's lots of small ones germinating all over the place. And the bigger plants start to look straggly anyway.
Chamaedorea seifrizii looks good in shady corners.
The Elaeis guineensis have got too big to get a decent side on photo. There's the 2 tall and the one to the right which is still small. (not counting all the seedlings coming up around them).
Sunrise at my place, Carpentaria acuminata in the centre, upper right a Cocos nucifera, lower right a NOID but suspect it's one of the Archontophoenix species.