Detailed care guides
The height of our plants are measured from the ground to the top.
Please note that the delivery height may vary 10%.
The diameter of our plants is the diameter of the nursery pot. We recommend a decorative pot with a diameter that’s larger.
Plants are natural products and therefore almost certainly differ from product photos. These characteristics make plants extra special and unique. Plants are not exactly the same size as shown.
All orders are shipped with a personal Track & Trace.
|Country||Delivery time (in working days)|
|The Netherlands||2 - 4 days|
|Belgium||2 - 4 days|
|Germany||3 - 5 days|
|France||3 - 5 days|
|Luxembourg||3 - 5 days|
|Austria||3 - 7 days|
You have the right to return products within 14 days of receipt without giving any reason.
Please note! Living and perishable products, such as plants, are legally excluded from this right of withdrawal.
Therefore, indoor plants can't be exchanged or returned.
Refunds will be credited back to the original payment method used for the purchase.
Toxic to pets
The Kentia is a palm of the Arecaceae family, originally from an island near Australia. Kentia Palms are also known as Howea Forsteriana.
Unlike other palms the Kentia palm is not difficult to maintain. Even if you forget about it once in a while, the plant will be doing fine. This makes the Kentia palm very suitable as an office plant too!
|Decorative pot||With decorative pot options|
|Height (from the ground)||100 cm|
|Pot size Ø||21 cm|
|Botanical name||Howea Forsteriana|
|Nicknames||Howea forsteriana, Forster Sentry Palm, Paradise Palm, Thatch Palm|
|Attributes||Air-purifying, Green, Non-toxic / Pet-friendly, Shade-loving, Tropical|
|Location||Indirect sunlight, Shade|
|Watering||Requires water every 10 days. During the summer every 5 days|
|Best location||Medium light to partial shade. Can't withstand full sun|
|Plant nutrition||It is best if you add plant nutrition once every 2 weeks during the summer|
|Repotting||After purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 2 years|