This plant is originally external but can be successfully grown as an indoor plant with some easy conditions, and the habitat of this plant extends from Japan, it is found in India and Madagascar, similar to palm trees and is characterized by being slow-growing, and some of its types may reach a height of 15 m, When raised externally, its slow growth is a factor in its success as an indoor plant.

  • Light

    Partial sun.

  • Watering

    Watering must be regular but limited, to not suffocate the plant’s roots.

    You might say that watering every 2 or 3 days is often needed.



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