Kentia Palm - Howea Forsteriana

AED210٫00Price
  • LIKES
     
    Copes with medium to low light but happiest in a well-lit spot. During Winter, it's best to move him nearer windows to maximise light levels.
     
    DISLIKES
     
    Ken isn't the biggest fan of dust collecting on his leaves. It won't cause damage but you will notice he doesn't look his best. So, occasionally wipe any dust of the leaves with a damp cloth. It's a little time-consuming but the results are worth it.
     
    HEALTH BENEFITS
     
    Found to remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that emit from synthetic building materials and furnishings. Also cleanses the air of Carbon Dioxide. Win win.
     
    WATERING AND FEEDING
     
    Water once per week in the Winter and twice per week in the Spring and Summer. Reduce watering in winter and give just enough to prevent the compost drying out completely. He'll like a fortnightly feed during the growing season, but not during Winter.
     
    LIVING WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
     
    Nothing to worry about here. That said, we wouldn't recommend eating his leaves!LIKES Copes with medium to low light but happiest in a well-lit spot. During Winter, it's best to move him nearer windows to maximise light levels. DISLIKES Ken isn't the biggest fan of dust collecting on his leaves. It won't cause damage but you will notice he doesn't look his best. So, occasionally wipe any dust of the leaves with a damp cloth. It's a little time-consuming but the results are worth it. HEALTH BENEFITS Found to remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that emit from synthetic building materials and furnishings. Also cleanses the air of Carbon Dioxide. Win win. WATERING AND FEEDING Water once per week in the Winter and twice per week in the Spring and Summer. Reduce watering in winter and give just enough to prevent the compost drying out completely. He'll like a fortnightly feed during the growing season, but not during Winter. LIVING WITH PETS AND CHILDREN Nothing to worry about here. That said, we wouldn't recommend eating his leaves!