Ponytail Palm Plants
Ponytail palms are an easy to grow houseplant, making it great for beginners. Ponytail palms store water so they are very drought tolerant.
|4 Inch Pot||$19.95|
|6 Inch Pot||$29.95|
|10 Inch Pot||$99.95|
|Espoma Organic Potting Mix||$14.95|
|Jack's Classic Houseplant Special Fertilizer||$17.95|
|Osmocote Plus Outdoor and Indoor Plant Food||$14.95|
|Mature Height:||40" - 48"|
|Mature Width:||30" - 36"|
|Sunlight:||Bright indirect or some direct light|
|Habit:||Tree form, clear trunk|
|Flower Color:||White, rarely flowers|
|Soil Condition:||Well draining, cactus or succulent mix (part sand)|
|Water Requirements:||Likes to dry out between watering|
|Uses:||Excellent indoors as focal point or background|
Ponytail Palm Plants for Sale Online
Ponytail Palm Plants look like a plant straight out of a Dr. Seuss book. These thick trunks produce a matching "ponytail" of grassy green foliage at the top. The leaves twist and curl as they cascade, resembling human hair.
Decorative containers shown are for display purposes only. All plants are shipped in black plastic nursery containers unless otherwise specified.
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Ponytail Palms look like a plant straight out of a Dr. Seuss book. These thick trunks produce a matching "ponytail" of grassy green foliage at the top. The leaves twist and curl as they cascade, resembling human hair. Ponytail Palms may look silly but they're no joke in terms of how easily they are to take care of. Ponytail Palms like to stay mostly dry, and occasionally need water. They prefer bright indirect or some bright direct light, and a well draining soil. These entertaining plants do well in small containers staying root bound. As part of the Agave family, The Ponytail Palm does well indoors when given bright indirect or some direct light. They prefer to stay fairly dry, and can sometimes be found in the cactus or succulent sections of garden centers because they despise staying wet. These Seussical trees stay fairly compact when kept as houseplants because the container holds back their growth and development. The Ponytail Palm likes to stay rootbound, and do well as an accent plant or focal point in a room.