Lights, Water, Action
Get your plants ready to slay!
Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
Where to grow
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed your bamboo palm a well balanced fertilizer in summers. This will help the plant grow better. Use a fertilizer rich in nitrogen to encourage lush green growth.
Repotting : Repot your palm only when the pot is filled with roots and there isn’t enough space for the plant to grow. Choose a pot one size bigger than the current pot when repotting.
Propagation : Propagating a Bamboo palm is tricky. Bamboo Palm can be propagated from seeds. Bamboo palms can also be propagated by offshoots that grow on mature parent plants.
1. Bamboo palm leaves are turning yellow.
If the fronds of your bamboo palm are turning yellow throughout, it is due to over-watering. Water your plant less frequently. Let the top 1/3rd inch of the soil dry out in between watering’s.
2. Why are my bamboo palm leaves drooping downwards?
Too much water coupled with not enough drainage can make the leaves of your bamboo palm droop downwards. Water your plant less frequently. Let the top 1/3rd inch of the soil dry out in between watering’s and choose a pot with good drainage.
Style and Décor
Light Requirements :Bamboo palm will grow faster when placed in bright indirect light. It can also tolerate bright fluorescent light as well as medium light.
Locations :Bamboo palm is a great indoor plant and loves outdoor shaded areas too. You can place your bamboo palm in brightly lit living rooms, or shaded balconies and front yards.
Styling/décor tip :If you instantly want to get transported to a tropical place, add some bamboo palms to your homes. The lush green foliage of the bamboo palm can add a nice soft tropical touch to your indoor spaces. You can also use this plant to add a hint of green to your monochrome home décor and liven it up.