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Wednesday, 2 September 2020

Types of indoor palm plants

Types of indoor palm plants

There are many different types Types of indoor palm plants. All the plants are important and useful so the people use these types of plant to decorate and become attractive places.
Here are some Types of indoor palm plants.

1.  Chinese Fan Palm

Chinese fan palms do well in bright light, but younger plants tolerate shady locations. Water when the top of the soil feels dry. Choose a large pot that will accommodate the long tap root that the Chinese fan palm produces. Feed this palm once a year in the spring with a slow-release fertilizer. Chinese fan palm needs cold place for grow very well and needs some different care of Chinese fan palms.

2.  Areca Palm

Also known as the bamboo palm, the areca palm Dypsis lutescens is popular because of its soft fronds and tolerance of low light. The areca palm prefers a moderate amount of water, although it does tolerate occasional drought. The best place of areca palm is low lighted and never put it in direct sun light. The leaves of this plant are very beautiful and attracted so the people also like areca palm.  

3.  Majestic Palm

 Majestic Palm has two positive qualities.  Make it ideal as an indoor houseplant: it is very shade tolerant, and it is a slow grower. However, you must be aware of two drawbacks of this palm: it needs constant moisture and humidity, and it will outgrow an indoor space over time.

4.  Cascade Palm

Some palm trees that feature a central trunk, the Chamaedorea cataractarum is a very full palm plant with an abundance of fronds growing in a four-foot tall clump. Cascade palms are understory plants that are happy in the shade, and will expand in their pots, giving you new plant material to propagate by division. 

5.  Parlor Palm

Few palms are more suitable for indoor growing than the parlor palm. Parlor palms flourish in above average humidity, and may attract spider mites if conditions are very dry. Parlor plant is a dry plant so it does not need much water than any other plants.

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