Phoenix Canariensis

Phoenix Canariensis

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Description

Height

150 cm

Potsize

19 cm

Botanical name

Phoenix Canariensis

Toxic to pets

Yes

Care

Watering Requires water once a week
Best location Grows best with medium light. Can't withstand full sun
Repotting After purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 3 years

Description

Meet the Phoenix plant, a species of palm that adds a touch of the tropics to your indoor or outdoor space.

Origin

The Phoenix, also known as the Date Palm, originates from various parts of the world. The Phoenix Roebelenii hails from Southeast Asia, while the Phoenix Canariensis is predominantly found in the Canary Islands and parts of North Africa. With their slender trunks, graceful leaves, and impressive heights, these palms infuse an exotic atmosphere into any setting, whether it's a living room, balcony, or patio.

Care

To get the best out of your Phoenix palm, place it in a spot with ample sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight during the hottest hours of the day, as this can scorch the leaves. They thrive with regular but moderate watering. Ensure that the soil remains evenly moist, but not overly waterlogged.

It's important to bring the Phoenix plant indoors during periods of severe cold and frost, as they can't tolerate frost. Also, be mindful not to expose them to sudden temperature fluctuations, as this can affect their health.

Whether you're an experienced plant enthusiast or just beginning your green journey, the Phoenix is a beautiful addition.

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Height (incl. pot)150 cm
Pot size Ø19 cm
Decorative potWith decorative pot options
Botanical namePhoenix Canariensis
Quantity1
AttributesAir-purifying, Easy to care for, Green, Large, Tropical
Suitable forOffice, Living room, Bathroom, Bedroom, Outdoor
LocationIndirect sunlight
WateringRequires water once a week
Best locationGrows best with medium light. Can't withstand full sun
RepottingAfter purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 3 years
ToxicYes