Palms are a fantastic choice for indoor plants. They grow to be about 4-6 feet tall, so they are perfect for a sparse corner or a blank expanse of wall. Palms come in 4 and 6-inch containers, making them an excellent choice for a table or desk. Majesty palms make a fantastic choice when putting together an indoor container garden. Their height and feathery leaves make them the perfect selection for the thriller of the container garden. Add some calatheas as the filler, golden pothos as the spiller, and presto; you will have a great container garden in a snap!
Most palms love high, bright, indirect light but can also tolerate medium light. Water the plant when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. For best performance, fertilize with a well-balanced fertilizer for indoor plants about once a month. Like most houseplants, palms will slow its growth during the fall and winter, so they will not need to be fertilized or watered as often. Palms do not need much pruning except for the occasional yellow leaf that you will find towards the bottom of the plant. Check your plant weekly, including the underside of the leaves, to check for pests.
Some of our favorites: Majesty Palm, Neanthebella Palm and Robellini Palm
Note: These plants are grown for decorative purposes and are not intended for human or animal consumption
Outstanding Features: Elegant indoor palm with feathery fronds
Well-balanced fertilizer throughout the growing season
High, bright indirect light to medium light
About 4 feet tall and about as wide
Boston fern, aglaonema, calathea