The cabbage palm grows everywhere, spontaneously, and is used both for food and making brooms.
The terminal bud of this palm, as well as that of the cabbage palm (Euterpe montana), is used as a culinary vegetable.
In the valley is growing an immense crop of grass, upwards of four feet high; the cabbage palm is still in the creek.
Here he found a wealth of vegetation; cabbage palm was abundant, nutmegs plentiful, and a sort of sandal-wood was growing freely.
The cabbage palm still growing in the creeks in great numbers, some of them very tall, with several branches on the top.
Here the woods were ornamented by the cabbage palm—one of the most beautiful of its family.
The sacrifice element in the Christian life is further illustrated in another kind of palm known as the cabbage palm.
What I call the umbrella palm, but what they call here the cabbage palm—a sort of Zamia alsophila—grew abundantly in groups.
As we approached the harbour, the cabbage palm became rarer, and entirely disappeared at the head of it.
The leaves used came from what is commonly known as the dwarf or cabbage palm.