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Rhapis excelsa and Cactus mix | TLSP – 96

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Rhapis excelsa is a captivating fan palm that adds elegance to both indoor. Rhapis excelsa, commonly known as the lady palm or butterfly palm, is an elegant fan palm species. Forms dense clumps of slender, upright green stems. Fan-shaped, glossy green fronds with 5-8 narrow, lance-shaped segments. Deep green foliage divided into finger-like leaves.

Cactus mix, a selection of cactus that are perfect for creating amazing creations. Cacti is now a very common houseplant and caring for your cacti is important. They come in a vast range of shapes and sizes from the petite to the grand. The native habitat for most cacti and succulents is a desert. Therefore, they will grow best in lots of light, good drainage, high temperatures, and low moisture.

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Rhapis excelsa is a captivating fan palm that adds elegance to both indoor. Rhapis excelsa, commonly known as the lady palm or butterfly palm, is an elegant fan palm species. Forms dense clumps of slender, upright green stems. Fan-shaped, glossy green fronds with 5-8 narrow, lance-shaped segments. Deep green foliage divided into finger-like leaves.

Light: Place your lady palm in a location with bright, indirect light. A north- or east-facing window is ideal. Avoid direct sunlight from south- or west-facing windows, as it can cause leaf burn.

Soil: Use a well-draining soil mix formulated for palms. African violet potting mix also works well. Ensure the soil provides excellent drainage to prevent waterlogged roots.

Watering: Lady palms have average water needs. During the active growth period (spring and summer), water when the top inch of soil feels dry. In fall and winter, reduce watering to when the top 2 inches of soil feel dry.

Temperature and Humidity: Maintain room temperatures between 60°F and 80°F (15°C to 27°C). Avoid temperatures below 55°F (13°C), as colder conditions can damage the plant. Keep the palm away from cold drafts and blowing hot air (such as from heating vents). Aim for a humidity level of 50% or higher. Low humidity can lead to brown leaf tips. Regularly mist the palm or place its pot on a tray of pebbles filled with water to boost humidity.

Fertilization: Feed your lady palm monthly with a liquid houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength during spring and summer. Fertilizing encourages healthy growth.

Pruning: To encourage fuller growth, pinch back the tips of the leaves periodically.

Cactus mix, a selection of cactus that are perfect for creating amazing creations. Cacti is now a very common houseplant and caring for your cacti is important. They come in a vast range of shapes and sizes from the petite to the grand. The native habitat for most cacti and succulents is a desert. Therefore, they will grow best in lots of light, good drainage, high temperatures, and low moisture.

LightBright, indirect sunlight is essential for cacti. Place them near a sunny window, but avoid direct sunlight during the hottest part of the day. If you’re growing cacti indoors, rotate the pot occasionally to ensure even light exposure.

Soil: Use a well-draining cactus mix or create your own by mixing regular potting soil with sand or perlite. Ensure the pot has drainage holes to prevent waterlogged soil.

WateringLess is more! Cacti prefer to be slightly underwatered than overwatered. Water thoroughly when the top inch (2.5 cm) of soil is dry. During active growth (spring and summer), water more frequently. In winter, reduce watering significantly as cacti go dormant.

Temperature: Cacti thrive in warm temperatures. Keep them in a room with temperatures between 70°F to 90°F (21°C to 32°C). Protect them from cold drafts and frost.

Container: Choose a well-draining pot that allows excess water to escape.

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