Cabadae palm (Dypsis cabadae) belongs to the Aracaceae (the Palm family). It is a semi-tall evergreen tree that is native to the Comores Islands, near Madagascar. Untill recently, this palm was unknown in the wild, only cultivated specimens had been found. It has now been rediscovered in the Comores. This tree grows in open forests and up to a height of about 8 m. The trunks are multiple, very straight and blue-green. The leaves are pinnate, 120-180 cm long and clustering 8-10 atop of crownshaft. It is a monoecious palm. The fruits are ellipsoid, 1.5 cm long and ripen red.