Dypsis Lutescens - Areca Palm 24cm Pot / Height 120cm
Native to the island country of Madagascar, Dypsis lutescens, also known as the golden cane palm or areca palm, is a tall plant with large, clumping, and upward-arching fronds. Its wide leaves are bright green, coupled with a yellowish stem. Due to its eye-catching form, it is a plant that tends to stand out among others, which makes it popular among green thumbs and plant enthusiasts as a centerpiece plant.
Light Conditions: Best suited to a bright location, not direct sunlight. It will also work in partial shade.
Water: Water regularly, about once a week in winter and twice a week in summer. The soil should always stay slightly moist, but please do not allow to stand in the water. Do not water in a dish from underneath, but instead on top of the root ball. This way you can make sure that the smaller palm trees with shorter roots get enough water.
Temperature & Humidity: Tender plant requiring temperatures above 15°C, prefers regular misting so works well in bright bathrooms. Spray the golden cane palm daily preferably. Especially in winter when the heating is on and the humidity is dry.
Height & Growth Rate: Moderately fast growth, can reach 150cm Tall
Feed: Feed from early spring, once a month to ensure lush green growth. Finish feeding in autumn.
Toxicity: Non-Toxic to Dogs, Non-Toxic to Cats, Non-Toxic to Horses
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