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    Description

    Aprox. 80 - 100 cm in height. Kentia palms will grow slowly in a tub for many years. To keep plants in the same container, replace old spent soil with new potting mix from time to time. The kentia palm will withstand quite dark and dry corners of your house, and will tolerate a degree of neglect. However they grow best with good light and regular care. Kentia palms grown as indoor plants benefit from regular spells outside in a shady, moist position. Such a break will allow rain or hosing to wash the dust from the palms leaves, refresh the plant and encourage new growth. If not try giving it a shower! An Australian native palm, the kentia has been grown in Europe since the 1850s.

    Delivery Information

    When your flowers arrive, just trim the stems and add water. Re-cut 1-2” of the stems at a 45 degree angle.

    Use a clean vase and clean water.

    Remove the leaves below the water line but do not remove all leaves along the stem length.

    Check the water level daily and replenish as needed.

    Don’t place flowers in direct sunlight or near any other source of excessive heat.

    All flowers benefit from a daily mist of water.

    Enjoy your flowers!

    Care Instructions

    The image displayed is indicative in nature. Actual product may vary in shape or design as per the availability.

    Flowers may be delivered in fully bloomed, semi-bloomed or bud stage.

    The chosen delivery date is an estimate and depends on the availability of the product and the destination to which you want the product to be delivered.

    We will be able to attempt delivery of your order only once. The delivery cannot be redirected to any other address.

    Occasionally, substitution is necessary due to temporary and/or regional unavailability issues.

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