This Areca palm is one of our most favorite houseplants. Water regularly and taking care of Areca will not be a problem at all.
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The diameter of our plants is the diameter of the nursery pot. We recommend a decorative pot with a diameter that’s larger.
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Areca Chrysalidocarpus Dypsis Lutescens
Toxic to pets
This Areca palm is one of our most favorite houseplants. It may look like a Kentia palm, but they’re not the same. Its soft leaves give the Areca palm a somewhat richer name, the Golden Palm.
This nickname is also given to Areca because it tends to produce yellow-orange fruits. But don't pressure your little plant to grow fruit in the living room! They may produce fruits in the jungle, but not indoors.
Officially its full name is Areca Chrysalidocarpus Dypsis Lutescens. A mouthful, isn't it? That's why we use Areca palm, as it is easier to remember. Areca palms love the sunlight but can't stand direct sunlight. Water regularly and taking care of Areca will not be a problem at all.
|With or without pot?||With decorative pot|
|Decorative pot||Elho Brussels Round White|
|Pot material||Regenerated polypropylene (Recycled)|
|Pot colour||Off white|
|Height in cm||90 cm|
|Pot size in diameter||21 cm|
|Linnaeus name||Areca Chrysalidocarpus Dypsis Lutescens|
|Nicknames||Golden Cane palm, Yellow palm, Butterfly palm|
|Attributes||Air-purifying, Easy to care for, Green, Non-toxic / pet-friendly, Tropical|
|Watering||Requires water once a week. During the summer twice a week|
|Best location||Grows best with medium light. Can't withstand full sun|
|Plant nutrition||It is best if you add plant nutrition once every week during the summer|
|Repotting||Preferably once every 2 years|