Air purifying Bamboo Palm / Chamaedorea
• Light : Although a Bamboo Palm grows faster in bright indirect light, it will do well in medium light and even low light if you're careful not to over-water.
• Water : Always allow the top 1/3 of the soil of a Bamboo Palm to dry out before watering. Never allow a Bamboo Palm to sit in water.
• Fertilizer : Feed a Bamboo Palm monthly in the spring and summer with a fertilizer high in nitrogen at 1/2 the recommended strength.
• Temperature: A Bamboo Palm does well in temperatures between 65-80 degrees.
• Humidity: All palms, including the Bamboo Palms, like high humidity.
• Soil: Bamboo Palms need a basic well-aerated potting soil that drains quickly but still retains water.
Note about Natural Plant & Pot : The image displayed is for representation purpose. Actual product may vary in size and pot color will be as per the availability.
• The bamboo palm (Chamaedorea costaricana) originates from Central and South America.
• The slow-growing, small palms are ideal for shaded borders and as indoor potted plants.
• With proper care, you can grow a indoor bamboo palm to add beauty to your indoor landscape.
• The bamboo palm is a very popular house plant.
• Find a location for the bamboo palm that offers indirect or filtered sunlight.
• Keep the bamboo palm moist, but never overwater.
• Protect the bamboo palm from cool drafts, as they grow best when temperatures are between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and no lower than 60 F during the night.
• Fertilize the bamboo palm using a slow-release or diluted liquid fertilizer, but only during active growth. Only feed monthly or less often if you notice plant damage, such as brown edges and tips.
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