This is for 10+ Areca Palms of which at are 1-3 feet tall. The picture shows 10+ palms growing together. You will receive at least 10 of these palms growing together. When you receive the palms, put it in a bucket of water in sunlight for a few hours or plant them right away in the sun with plenty of water. The palms have smooth, sometimes golden trunks that are reminiscent of bamboo. Their fronds are narrow and full, almost like bamboo leaves. As far as indoor plants go, areca palms are typically sold clustered into smaller pots so they look almost like palm grass. They are a good palm for indoor growth. Growing Conditions: Light: Areca palms do best with bright light and last longer with some direct sunlight. Water: Like many palms, they are sensitive to overwatering and cannot tolerate being water-logged or sitting in saturated potting mix. Let the potting mix dry out slightly between waterings. Soil: A peat-based mix is perfect, with lots of material for drainage. Palms appreciate good drainage to prevent water-logged roots. Fertilizer: Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer once or twice during the growing season and not at all during the winter. Propagation: Repotting: Areca palms are relatively fast-growing palms that are usually planted in clumps, or over time, will forms clumps on their own. In most indoor situations, it unlikely that an areca palm will live long enough to need frequent repotting-they are typically short-lived indoors. If, however, your palm thrives, you may need to repot every other year or so, although areca palms also do well when slightly underpotted. When repotting a clump, be careful not to damage the root ball or bury the palm too deep.
Areca palms are relatively fast-growing palms that are usually planted in clumps.
They are a good palm for indoor growth.