Golden Cane Palm


 
The best way to cater to any new plant is to find out what type of environment it is originally from. The Golden Cane Palm is native to Madagascar, and can tolerate poor conditions like the cold better than many other palms.
 
One of the worst things to do is over water this palm and let it sit in the excess water. Wait until the top layer of soil is dry before watering, especially in the colder months. If under watering the leaves will turn brown, alternatively if over watering the leaves will droop and change to yellow. Pull off any dead foliage to ensure nutrition can get to the health leaves.
 
Finding the right place in your house for you palm is essential. They like bright indirect light, ideally near a window or door. They are hardy plants however avoid putting them in a room with drastic changes in temperature. They are fast growing plants, however you can restrict this growth by keeping them in a small pot, they usually stay about 1.5m tall indoors alternately you can re-pot them into a larger vessel as they can reach up to 2.5m quite easily indoors.
 
Golden calm palms are none toxic to house hold pets so you can rest easy knowing your pet will enjoy your palm just as much are you will.
For that indoor beach vide, you can style your palm in a wicker basket, East End Flower Market sell these in two colours, woven black or a woven combination of black and beige. East End Flower Markets Golden Cane Palms are only $40 and will help brighten and bring some lush foliage into your home with very little effort.
 
So next time you’re wondering how to bring life into that corner or door way, why not consider a golden cane palm, you wont regret it!
 
Love,
Imogen 

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