Aerica Palm

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Aerica Palm

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Aerica Palm

340.00
areca palm (Dypsis lutescens) was once an endangered species. Drive down almost any street in a warm climate, and  are likely to see dozens of these tall, attractive, clumping palms that look a lot like bamboo
The palms have smooth, sometimes golden trunks that are reminiscent of bamboo clumps. Their fronds are narrow and full, almost like bamboo leaves. When grown outdoors, they are often used as a privacy screen. They also are commonly grown as houseplants.
these plants like bright, filtered sunlight, but they also can tolerate full sun. Ideally they should have protection from strong afternoon sun, as too severe of light can scorch the foliage. Indoors, areca palms do best with bright light exposure from a south- or west-facing window.
Plant spread – 10–30 ft. tall, 8–15 ft. wide
Common name – Areca palm, bamboo palm, butterfly palm, golden cane palm, yellow palm
Maximum reachable height – 30 ft