Hiryuu, you are very welcome!* I did a google with the term:
chamaedorea + pollinate and it appears they are pollinated by insect induced wind, but there are male and female plants. :(* The males flower more prolifically then the females.* I'm not sure what "insect induced wind" is.* I'm not including any links as those that I found and looked at were quite scientific, but feel free to repeat my search.
Do keep in mind that I'm not POSITIVE of the genus of your palm, so you might give it a try and see what happens.* Do a google search with terms like:
and so on.* It might be an interesting project.
I agree.* I've had things like that happen with potted indoor plants.* :)
I don't think I would have expected it to flower going into our wintertime here, but the timing of fresh soil and a change in lighting might well have done it.
When weeding, the best way to make sure you are removing a weed and not a valuable plant is to pull on it. If it comes out of the ground easily, it is a valuable plant.