Houseplant Palm Problem

//Houseplant Palm Problem

Your palm appears to be a Chamaedorea popular as a house plant because of its graceful form. Indoors it needs bright indirect light, regular water, and feed with a slow-release fertilizer formulated for container plants. Yellowing or browning of the fronds may be the result of: insufficient light or insect/disease problem. If you do not see any signs of insect infestation, then perhaps there is a watering problem. If the plant is in a saucer, do not allow the plant to sit in the water as this may lead to root rot and make sure the plant is in well-draining soil – palms do not like soggy soil conditions. Also fertilize only with a slow-release or organic food formulated for container plants. Hope this helps you keep your palm healthy and happy.

By | 2016-03-18T08:14:50-07:00 March 18th, 2016|House Plants|0 Comments

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