The Types Of Inside Palm Plant
There are many types of palms in the world. Palm oil is the most famous and controversial one. But today, I do not want to talk about the usual palm oil I just mentioned but I wish to talk about the indoor types of palm plants that you usually see inside someone�s house and office. This delicate and dazzling yet exotic plants are very special in their own way.
The first one is the Chinese Fan Palm. Some food contains palm oil which may be bad for your liver too. You should have your phone with you to take pictures when you visit a palm plantation. This cute fan-like palm tree has got itself some star-shaped leaves which distinct it further from other feathery-like palms counterparts. It is slow in growth but its height could reach 457 centimetres or more, so it is always advisable for you to seek for the dwarf ones, say if you wish to permanently plant it indoor. It also grows well in bright-lit light though the younger version of it could go on under some shady locations. You only need to feed the palm annually in the spring season. Do not go about spreading a bunch of fertilizer but rather slow-release it.
The next type would be the Areca Palm aka Mr. Bamboo Palm. It is well-known for its soft leaves and it can handle low light. The amount of water it needs is only in moderation though areca could face drought pretty well. Make agriculture e-commerce to plant your palm in good soil, a fertile one, and apply the fertilizer every month in order to keep the ravishing look of the plant to last long.
Apart from that, we also have the ever prestigious Majestic palm. Wonder why it suits to be placed indoor? Well, first of all it�s due to its nature which can tolerate being placed under shady area as well as its slow growth. And with some pros comes the cons. This emperor will need continuous humidity and will somehow grows beyond the limit of an indoor plant should.
All in all, there are a plenty types of palm you should know other than the normal ones you see along the way back to your hometown. You might want to dig deeper about these plants and place them indoor.