Otherwise known as Lady Palm, she is tall and dramatic and very popular as she is easy to grow. Her fronds grow in a fan pattern and branch out widely to put on a show. As the lower leaves fall off they leave scars on the stems creating an attractive bamboo-like appearance.
The Lady Palm likes bright indirect light. Too much sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow-green
This palm like to be kept moist. When your palm is considerably lighter in weight, simply submerge the entire ball in a bucket of water. Leave it there for about ten minutes until the ball is completely engorged and no longer floats; this way you can be ensured that the water is reaching the roots and with a good soaking your plant will not need watering as often.
Proper ventilation is necessary for good plant growth. Your palm will enjoy moist, humid conditions so do give him a light mist in-between watering, especially in the warmer months or if in the wind, air-conditioning or heating.
Approximately once a month, provide added nutrients with a little liquid fertilizer. This will help maintain a lush, healthy green growth.
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Comes with a rustic wooden tripod stand