The foxtail palm (Wodyetia bifurcata) belongs to Aracaceae (the Palm family). It is the sole species in the genus Wodyetia, and native to Queensland, Australia. This palm grows a single, double, or triple trunk that is slightly spindle-shaped to columnar reaching heights of about 10 m. The crownshaft is light to bright green and slightly swollen at the base. The leaves are deep green to light green colors, and the appearance is in a shape of a fox's tail. The white flowers bloom in the cluster that comes from the base of the crownshaft. The fruit is about 5 cm across, olive green to green in the early stages, and turns orange red when ripe.