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Palm Tree Houseplants – Tips On Growing Spindle Palm Indoors

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Growing spindle palm indoors is a treat for northern gardeners who usually can't grow tropical foliage in the garden. Find information on growing and caring for spindle palm houseplants in the article that follows.

Growing Spindle Palm Trees: How To Care For A Spindle Palm

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Plant enthusiasts are often looking for a bit of tropical flare to add to the landscape or home interior. Spindle palms are about as tropical looking as you can have, along with ease of care. Learn how to care for a spindle palm plant in this article.


Light and Soil

The adonidia palm grows best when given full sun for at least 4 to 6 hours every day. If you're growing a specimen indoors, keep it near a south- or west-facing window, where it gets strong light. Outdoors, it prefers sun but can tolerate partial shade, especially on hot summer afternoons when the sun is strong. The palm also appreciates some shade when it's young, as strong sun all day long can scorch its tender new growth. The adonidia palm is tolerant of any type of soil, provided it's well-drained. If your specimen is in a container, ensure this has a drainage hole and allow it to drain well after watering, never leaving it standing in a water-filled saucer.


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