It's not difficult to see how this exotic palm received its name. Clusters of pleated fan-like leaves dart out from long sleek canes, delicately gliding through the air, as a fish tail would in water. This chevroned foliage is reminiscent of relaxation and luxury in wealthy, exotic lands, evolving your interior into a calm and tranquil hideaway.
Too wet, pet? Yellowing leaves is a sign that the palm has been watered too much. Allow the surface of the soil to almost dry out completely before watering.
Too much sun isn't fun! If leaves are fading, bleaching or spotting, the palm is receiving too much direct light. Placing on an east or west-facing windowsill will provide it with the right level of light.
Wave goodbye to the dry! Avoid tips drying out and turning brown by misting or placing in a humid environment, such as kitchens or bathrooms and away from frequent traffic.
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