Palm Plants Care and Tips

Palms are one of the most popular indoor plants. They are easy to care for and add a luxurious and exotic look to any decor. In temperate countries, palm trees are a popular choice for ornaments, since they are relatively easy to maintain, and they give off a tropical "feel". When you send parlour palm plant online to your friends and family, they can easily picture themselves lying down on the beach thanks to the little potted palm tree that brings that aesthetic to their home. There are different species of palm trees that are favourite among gardeners and landscapers. Here are two of the most famous palm trees and their care tips to consider if you are planning to have your very own tropical plant.

Palm Plant Care and Tips

  • Chamaedorea Palm
  • China Palm







Chamaedorea Palm

Place the younger plants in bright indirect sunlight. The mature plants can bear direct sunlight.

Protect it from extremely cold temperatures however it can tolerate low temperatures down to 23 degrees.

Regular watering is required. Moist soil is preferred but allow half of the soil or at least 1 to 2 inches of soil to dry before watering it again.

Fertilise a few times in summer.

Irrigate it regularly.

China Palm

Place it in bright sunlight or partial shade. Prevent from extended periods of frost.

Keep the soil evenly moist and allow the soil to dry slightly before watering again.

Fertilise with a very mild fertiliser. It has sensitive roots which will get damaged with over fertilisation.

Do not repot unless the plant has matured.