If you want to grow a palm tree indoors then the Parlour Palm is the one you need! They are easy to care for and adapt well to lower light conditions. Below you will find our complete Parlour Palm care guide with all the information you need to help your palm thrive.
I love the sunshine but too much direct light will damage my leaves.
I don’t like my soil to be too dry or too soggy. Little and often is what I’m after.
Please make sure the air isn’t too dry, otherwise, I won’t be a happy plant.
I need soil specifically for indoor plants as it will retain the right amount of water.
Whether you're looking to make sure your Parlour Palm is in it's perfect conditions, or looking to see if one could work for your space. We've got you covered.
Parlour Palms love anything from medium to bright, indirect light. You want to keep them away from intense direct light or this will damage the leaves.
It’s super important that you let the soil dry out before watering your Parlour Palm otherwise you risk waterlogging the soil which can cause root rot. Water every week during summer and less during the colder darker winter months.
Parlour Palms can adjust to the normal humidity level in your home. However, misting once a week or popping them in the shower every once in a while will help to keep them happy and fend off any drier leaves.
Parlour Palms are used to tropical temperatures so you want to keep them away from any cold drafts in your home.
You want to make sure you are only fertilising your Parlour Palm once or twice during spring and summer and not at all during winter.
Another reason to love the Parlour Palm is that they are completely safe for pets and humans!
We recommend Parlour Palms for bedrooms and offices as they are great at purifying toxins out of the air.
Here are some common issues that you might run into. It's important to diagnose any issues early to give your plant the best chance of bouncing back.
Brown leaf tips are often caused by a lack of humidity or underwatering. Check the moisture levels in the soil to see if you need to water more frequently. Otherwise, we recommend misting your plant weekly and buying a humidifier.
Yellow leaves on a Parlour Palm are most commonly caused by consistent overwatering. Parlour Palms don’t like sitting in soggy soil so replace it immediately if still waterlogged. Trim away the worst affected leaves and adjust your watering schedule in future making sure that the potting mix has time to dry out between waterings.
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