Blue Palms have a segmented, bluish-gray stem, which is covered in light blue spots, and that is thicker at the base and thins near the leaves.
Eight large palm leaves consisting of bright green stalks and many small, fleshy, dark blue leaves with rounded tips protrude from it. The leaves on the end of the stalks are green. The center is a lime greenish color.
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The blue palm is a common aquatic plant that thrives in shallower waters with high exposure to sunlight. Long fronds intercept light before it can reach the smaller flora on the seabed.
- Despite the PDA stating that it grows in areas with lots of sunlight, it is possible to find Blue Palm specimens in certain caves in the Safe Shallows and the Mountain Caves.