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Neanthe Bella Palm, Parlor Palm Easy To Grow House Plant
Miniature Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm Has Lush, Dark Green Fronds
Easy to grow small palm features green fronds that add life and beauty to any room. Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm adds instant tropical elegance to your home or office.
Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm grows 2 to 6 feet tall. It is native to Guatemala, but it will grow indoors in your home when placed in bright, indirect light. Neanthe Bella Palm is a popular decorator choice for homes because its beautiful large airy fronds, yet shorter height. It is also called Parlor Palm or Tabletop Palm. When grown in smaller pots they tend to stay small. Great plant for the office.
Set a Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm into a table and it will become an instant focal point. The frondy shape of this houseplant is like a living piece of art. This is the ideal houseplant for living rooms, dens, bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens
Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm likes to be watered regularly, but hates soggy soil. Water when the soil feels dry. The frequency of watering will depend on your pot size, how much light it gets, and the indoor temperature of your home. Like most houseplants, a Parlor Palm also likes humidity. Boost humidity by placing it in humid rooms (your bathroom), place a small humidifier nearby, or group it near other houseplants.
Fertilize a few times a year, in spring and summer, to keep it healthy.
In summer, they can be grown outdoors in a high light (but not full sun) location. Neanthe Bella Palm makes a lush focal point for planters and in garden beds and borders. Bring plants inside before frost.
Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm is not intended for human or animal consumption. Keep this plant out of reach of children and pets.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm pet friendly?
No. Keep them away from both children and pets.
Are Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm plants fast growing?
No! The are very slow growers.
How tall does a Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm get?
As a houseplant, they normally don't get much taller than 2 feet. Even then, because they grow so slow, it will take years to get to that height.
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