Areca Palm Plants
|Jack's Classic Houseplant Special Fertilizer||$16.95|
|Espoma Bio-Tone Plus Starter Plus||$14.95|
|Mature Height:||48 to 60" Indoors / 20 to 25 feet Outdoors|
|Mature Width:||30" - 36" Indoors / 8 to 10 feet Outdoors|
|Sunlight:||Bright indirect or some direct light Indoors / Full to partial sun outdoors|
|Foliage:||Glossy Green, grassy|
|Soil Condition:||Well-draining, cactus or succulent mix (part sand)|
|Water Requirements:||Likes to stay moist|
|Uses:||Excellent indoors as a focal point or background. Areca Palms can be used as a privacy screen in warmer climates.|
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Areca Palm Plants are often referred to as the Golden Bamboo Palm because they have multiple long golden stems that arch over towards the top. Each stem is covered with dark, lush, green leaf blades that bring a tropical look to any room of the house.
Areca Palms are often referred to as the Golden Bamboo Palm because they have multiple long golden stems that arch over towards the top. Each stem is covered with dark, lush, green leaf blades that bring a tropical look to any room of the house. They are a beautiful addition to a low light area in your room or office, with an attractive appearance that is sure to be a conversation starter. When used as a houseplant the Areca Palm will not only provide your home with air cleaning qualities it will also give your home or apartment year-round color and a tropical feel. As a bonus, Areca Palms always seem to be producing creamy white flower clusters that produce small orange ornamental seeds. When planted outdoors (as I recently saw on a trip to Florida) Areca Palms can grow up to thirty feet tall, with a spread of 8 to 10 feet. Their large size and dense foliage make them an excellent choice for a privacy screen because their thick evergreen foliage grows together to form a solid, green wall. Use them to provide privacy for your home, yard or pool area.
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Using Areca Palms Outdoors:
Areca Palms can be utilized in your landscape and patio areas in an endless variety of ways. They can be used as tropical accents in containers on the porch or patio during the warmer seasons and taken back inside during the colder winter months. Areca Palms are incredibly low maintenance plants that require very little care. With a high level of drought tolerance and heat resistance, they will handle the hottest month of the year without any browning of the foliage. They aren’t picky about their soil, or the amount of sunlight they receive.