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Also called "Parlor Palm"

and Table Top Palm.

Can adapt to just about

any interior.

Native to tropical regions

in southern Mexico and

Care Tips

Light: Neanthe Bella

Palms will grow best if
placed in low light to
moderately bright light. If leaves turn yellowish-green, it may be
getting too much sun.

Water: Water occasionally, keeping the soil lightly moist. Overwatering can lead to root rot, yet yellow leaves are a sign of under

Temperature: Thrives in temperatures ranging from 65 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Fertilizer: Needs more fertilizer than most palms. Feed the Neanthe Bella Palm monthly in spring and summer with slow-release
fertilizer granules, but if the leaf tips turn brown youre probably

Maintenance: Do not prune. Neanthe Bella

Palms grow from a terminal bud and pruning this
single point of growth will cause it to stop growing.
However, it's fine to trim off old fronds that have
turned brown.

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