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Palm Plants

Palms are almost certainly the most elegant of pot plants, they come in all sizes and give a satisfying tropical feel. They make very versatile houseplants and, if you read the information below, you will see that there is a palm suitable for most situations within the home. Some of these large indoor plants are easy to care for and others can be a little more difficult, but all are rewarding. 

The Kentia palm (Howea forsteriana) is perhaps the most popular, it is simple to grow and will fit into most living rooms and is reasonably light tolerant. A good choice if you are thinking of a houseplant to give a palm as a gift. Please note, the plant height is the overall height and includes pot.

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Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens (Areca Palm)

The Areca Palm is a bushy and attractive palm but needs constant attention to keep it looking good.  In lower light conditions it tends to spread and is less upright. Also known as the butterfly palm.

 

       Needs

  • Good to Medium light but avoid full sun
  • Water weekly, do not allow to dry out.
  • Liquid feed - April to September

Areca palm

1.5m Areca Palm

 Price £82.99

 

Recommended Planters

Classico 40cm

Quadro 40cm


1.8m Areca Palm

 Price 108.50

 

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Classico 40cm

Quadro 40cm

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Howea forsteriana (Kentia Palm)

This is the classic indoor palm, slow growing and elegant with easy maintenance. It can reach 2.4m over time.

 

 

 

 

Needs

  • Good to medium light but avoid full sun
  • Water once every two weeks, reduce watering in winter and mist regularly
  • Liquid feed - April to September

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1.2m Kentia Palm

 Price £42.00

 

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Quadro 28cm Classico 28cm


1.5m Kentia Palm Price £59.00

 

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Classico 35cm

Quadro 35cm


1.8m/1.9m Kentia Palm

 Price £85.00

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Classico 40cm

Quadro 40cm

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Caryota Mitis (Fish Tail Palm)

This palm features attractive fishtail shapes leaves. In the wild they grow to over 10m and indoors they are useful because they can cope with sunny situations and makes a good conservatory plant. Also known as a jaggery palm.

Needs

  • Good to Medium Light
  • Water once every two weeks
  • Good drainage essential
  • Avoid contact with and any red fruits it produces, although it is unlikely to produce these indoors.

 

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1.5m Caryota Mitis

 Price £100.00

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Classico 35cm

Quadro 35cm

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 Cycas Revoluta (Sago Palm)

This is one of the most attractive palms, slow growing it has hard bushy leaves and can reach a height of 1.5m.

 

 

 

 

Needs

  • Good to Medium Light
  • Water once every two weeks, if planted in a planter.
  • Good drainage essential
  • Avoid touching the leaves - this marks them.

90cm Cycas Revoluta

 Price £95.00

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Classico35cm

Quadro35cm

Quadro 30cm


1.2m Cycas Revoluta

 Price £175.00

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Classico 40cm

Quadro 40cm

Quadro 40cm

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Chamaedorea (Parlour Palm)

This is a bushy shrub palm that copes well in poor light. The leaves are soft and light green. They seldom grow to more than 1m.

Needs

  • Good to Poor Light
  • Water once every two weeks, if planted in a planter.
  • Good drainage essential
  • Mist the plant and keep humid
  • Liquid feed - April to September

60cm Chamaedorea

 Price 12.00

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Classico 21cm

Quadro 21cm

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Chamaedorea Metalica

From the parlour palm family, if placed in bright light the leaves turn a grey green colour- hence the name metalica, avoid letting the plant sit in water or allowing the soil to dry out as this can lead to root rot, over-watering will turn leaf tips yellow

Needs

  • Good to medium Light
  • Water once every two weeks, if planted in a planter.
  • Good drainage essential
  • Mist the plant and keep humid
  • Liquid feed - April to September


 

60cm Chamaedorea Metalica

 Price 95.00

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Classico 43cm

Quadro 40cm

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Rhapis Palm (Lady Palm)

This palm looks a little like a bamboo, but is easier to grow, and unlike the bamboo will not shed its leaves. It seldom exceeds 1.8m as an indoor plant.

 

 

 

Needs

  • Good to Poor Light, avoid full sun.
  • Keep wet in Summer and dryer in Winter
  • Good drainage essential
  • Mist the plant and keep humid
  • Liquid feed - April to August
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100 cm Rhapis Palm

 Price 45.00

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Classico 28cm

Quadro 28cm


1.5m Rhapis Palm
(as shown)

 Price 99.00

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Classico 35cm

Quadro 35cm

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Phoenix Canariensis (Date Palm)

This palm is as tough as they come, it will thrive in full sun and cope with low overnight temperatures. A word of warning though, the leaves have hard sharp tips, so they need plenty of space.

 

Needs

  • Full Sun to Medium Light
  • Keep wet in Summer and dryer in Winter
  • Good drainage essential
  • Remove dead fronds with a sharp knife
  • Liquid feed - April to August

phoenix.jpg (49816 bytes) 1.4m Phoenix Canariensis Palm

 Price £40.00

 

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Classico 35cm

Quadro 35cm


1.8m Phoenix Canariensis Palm

 Price £80.00

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Classico 40cm

Quadro 40cm

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Phoenix Roebelenii (Pygmy Date Palm)

This palm is another tough palm, it will thrive in full sun, but keep a lookout for red spider mite. It will cope with low overnight temperatures and makes a great conservatory plant.

Needs

  • Full Sun to Medium Light
  • Keep wet in Summer and dryer in Winter
  • Good drainage essential
  • Remove dead fronds with a sharp knife
  • Liquid feed - April to August

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90cm Phoenix Roebellini Palm

 Price £45.00

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Classico 35cm

Quadro 35cm

Cubico 30cm


1.5-1.7m Phoenix

Roebellini Palm

 Price £95.00

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Classico 40cm

Quadro 40cm

Cubico 40cm


2.4m Phoenix

Roebellini Palm Please call for carriage costs

 Price 199.00

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Classico 50cm

Quadro 40cm

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Please note that these are photographs of living plants and are therefore representative of the species. The plant that we send you will not be identical because, as will all living things, no two are the same.