Rhapis Excelsa (Broadleaf Lady Palm/Bamboo Palm)
- Plant Care
Rhapis excelsa is the most well-known and widely cultivated species, easily adapting to most interiors, and used in both tropical and subtropical landscapes throughout the world. The lady palm (Rhapis excelsa) is a small palm species that grows in dense clumps of slender upright green stems. On the stems are fan-shaped, glossy green fronds that each have between five and eight narrow, lance-shaped segments.
Their care isn’t overly complicated, though you will have to establish a regular watering and feeding routine. Plan both to water and feed more during the warmer months of the year and then back off slightly during the cooler months. Rhapis adapts to a wide range of climates, soils, and environments, making the “Lady Palm” popular for many applications.
- Lady palms like dappled light and can even tolerate a somewhat shady spot.Lady palms have average water needs. Water whenever the top inch of soil feels dry.A loamy soil that has excellent drainage is best for lady palms.15 – 30 °CFeeding the plant with a balanced and all-purpose fertilizer once in a month is beneficial.
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