Areca palm indoor plant is one of the best air purifiers or indoor plants to clean the air. The growth rate of this plant mainly depends upon the type of environment. In the wild condition it grows up to 100 feet while in the indoor condition, it grows up to 6-7 feet. The main source of Areca palm propagation is by seed. The plant requires good light with proper aerated soil, and its lifespan is about 10 years. Regular repotting and proper nourishment every two years are necessary to avoid Areca palm turning yellow. Major indoor air pollutants removed by this plant are acetone, xylene, and toluene from indoor air.
• Light - Areca palms do best with bright light like from a south- or west-facing window and may last longer with some direct sunlight. But do not give too much direct sunlight; the leaves will turn yellowish-green in direct sunlight.
• Soil - A peat-based mix with lots of material for drainage is perfect. Palms appreciate good drainage to prevent waterlogged roots.
• Water - Like many palms, areca palms are sensitive to overwatering and cannot tolerate being waterlogged. Let the potting mix dry out slightly between watering.
1) Plants will be supplied in Nursery Pots.
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