While there’s a wide range of houseplant palms available, most have similar growing needs: a bright spot (the brightest spot you can give them in most cases) and a watering when the top inch or two of the potting soil starts to dry out.
As with any indoor plants, grow houseplant palms in containers that have drainage holes so excess water can escape. Most palms don’t like wet feet and can suffer from root rot if too much water builds up at the bottom of the pot.
One relatively common problem palms can have is brown leaf tips. This browning may occur from a number of factors, including:
As houseplants, most palms don’t need much fertilizer to survive. You can fertilize palms twice a year or so (at the minimum). If you wish to feed it more for faster growth, you can. Use a product labeled for use on indoor plants and follow the directions on the product packaging.
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