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Areca Palm With Self Watering Pot

Areca Palm With Self Watering Pot

Palms are a diverse group of plants known for their iconic tropical appearance and are commonly used as ornamental plants.

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About the Areca Palm

A tropical touch to your home is what I can offer. I am popularly known as "Parlour Palm"; however my botanical name is "Areca Palm". Keep me under bright indirect sunlight and watch as my long green leaves gradually grow on the slender stems. How often should you water me? Once every 2 weeks in summer and once every 3 weeks in winter.

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Grow in bright indoors or shaded outdoors
Where to grow?
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Once every 2 weeks in summer and once every 3 weeks in winter
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Keep in bright indirect sunlight
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Don't have a green thumb? No problem!

Areca Palm, also known as the Neanthe bella palm or parlor palm, is a small, tropical palm tree. It is a popular indoor plant, known for its ability to tolerate low light conditions and its ability to purify the air. The parlor palm has delicate, graceful fronds and grows slowly, reaching a height of 3-6 feet when grown indoors.

Areca Palm is a low-maintenance plant with attractive foliage. It requires bright indirect sunlight to thrive. It should be watered once every 2 weeks in summer and once every 3 weeks in winter. Repotting Chamaedorea elegans palms is often advised every two to three years, or if the plant starts to seem pot-bound.

Overwatering is one of the most common concerns with Areca palms, which can lead to the rot of the roots. Avoid allowing the plant to sit in standing water and be sure to let the soil gradually dry out between waterings.

Size me up

The approximate width of the foliage is 8-10 cm
The approximate height of the plant is 15-20 cm
The height of the self-watering pot is 12.5 cm
The diameter of the self-watering pot is 8 cm

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Self Watering

The way self-watering pots work is a phenomenon known as “capillary action,” or “wicking.”  They use sub-irrigation to deliver water directly to plant roots with the help of a water reservoir at the bottom of the planter, enabling the plant to drink at its own pace.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if my Areca palm is getting enough water?

Checking the soil's moisture levels is a useful technique to determine whether your Areca palm is receiving enough water. The soil should be damp but not waterlogged.

How do I get rid of pests on my Areca palm?

Use a secure, reliable insecticide to get rid of any pests you find on your Areca palm, such as mealybugs, scale, or mites.

Why is there no new growth?

Overwatering or underwatering: Areca palm health depends on proper watering.

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