Elegantly shimmering in the sunlight, this tropical cluster of long arching fronds calmly drapes your interior with a soothing tranquillity. Like its cousin the Canariensis, Phoenix roebelenii is a hardy majestic palm suitable for both indoor and outdoor spaces, its feathery leaves reminiscent of warmer days spent in exotic places.
Too wet, pet? Yellowing leaves is a sign that the palm has been watered too much. Allow the soil to almost dry out completely between waterings.
Lower leaves die off as plant grows and new leaves are produced. Remove any dead leaves only once they have dropped below horizontal, which will encourage the trunk to develop. Spines can be sharp so take care whilst handling.
Feeling hot, hot, hot! The Pygmy Date Palm can handle some direct sun. Providing early morning and late afternoon full sun will increase growth rate.
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