What makes it Unique?
- A NASA-recommended air purifier that works amazingly in purifying the air around you.
- Low maintenance plants that always thrive even in the harshest conditions.
- Delicate heads of fan-shaped fronds that can easily survive in tropical areas.
- A perfect choice to keep on staircases or warm patios in summers.
How to care?
- It needs only partial sunlight that doesn’t burn the leaves directly.
- You can keep the plant in the morning for 3-4 hours or in bright indirect sunlight.
- Choose a high-quality, well-drained, and fertile soil for the Rhapis Palm.
- Repot the plant with fresh organic and well-draining potting soil.
- Water them only once the topsoil dries out partially and avoid overwatering for best growth.
- Rhapis palms are extremely sensitive to water containing excess chlorine, fluoride, or boron.
- Use filtered water in case your water supply contains all the above components in excess.
- Choose a fertilizer and feed the plant once a month during the main growing seasons, such as springs or summers.
- Loosen the topsoil before feeding the fertilizer so the plant can easily absorb the nutrients.
- Water them frequently in summers and reduce the session in winter and rainy seasons.
- Keep removing the dead and infected parts of the plant from time to time for best growth.
- Wait for at least 3-4 days before repotting the plant after delivery as it requires time to adjust the travel shocks.
- Keep your Rhapis plant in bright direct sunlight in the beginning after receiving it, and then move it to the indoor space.
- You can use neem oil, eucalyptus oil, etc., as a primary treatment against pests and insects.
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