Palm

Palms are a classic, low maintenance for any level of experience plant owner.  Palms grow slowly, but can thrive in a variety of light situations and tight spaces. It’s dark green fronds create a bushy, lush plant perfect for tabletops, desks, and shelves.

VARIETIES OF PALMS

Bamboo

Your Bamboo Palm is perfect for an office where a lot of natural light isn’t typically common!!

Light : bright indirect light 

Bamboo palms can adapt to a variety of light levels. It does not need a lot of light to thrive. Direct sun light will burn and damage the leaves. 

Chinese

Your Chinese Fan Palm needs to be rotated since it will tend to grow towards the light. Rotate every month so they will maintained their fullness all around. Have caution when handling due to sharp points down the entirety of the stem. 

Light : bright indirect light 

Chinese palms can adapt to a variety of light levels. It does not need a lot of light to thrive, but does not prefer low light. Direct sun light will burn and damage the leaves. 

Majesty

Majesty Palms have more rigid frond than a lot of other palms. Their fronds will eventually brown an die, and does not necessarily mean a watering issue. These need to be removed to allow new leaf growth.

Light : bright indirect light

Majesty Palms can adapt to a variety of light levels. It does not need a lot of light to thrive, but does not prefer low light. Direct sun light will burn and damage the leaves. 

Parlor 

Parlor Palm are compact with bushy,  soft, and grassy texture. To prevent insect infestations and maintain health, give your Parlor Palm regular mistings.

Light : bright filtered to low-light

 

Easy Care Facts:

Humidity:

Palms are able to grow in typical humidity, but it is suggested to use a humidifier or pebble try to maintain a little bit higher level of humidity. 

Temperature:

Cold drafts can be problematic for Palms to maintain growth. It is best to keep Palms away from any breezy areas, and in an average room temperature between 60-80 degrees.

Water:

Its time to water when the top half of dirt becomes dry. Get your fingers dirty and stick them in the pot to feel the moisture of the dirt. Allow the excess to drain out the bottom, and make sure to discard any water in the saucer so there is no standing water; which can lead to root rot. Water even less during the winter when the plant is not actively growing.

It is best to water your Palm with room temperature, filtered water. Tap water contains salt, and can build up in the soil. This causes leaves to brown and decreases the health of your Palm. If you start to notice a salt buildup (white & crusty) on top of the soil, flush out the soil by generously watering your plant, and then allow the water to completely drain out before placing back into its pot or saucer.  

Toxicity:

Your Palm is non-toxic to humans and pets.