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Ponytail Palm (Elephant's foot)

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Nursery Pot Measurements (DxH): 6" x 5"
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This plant is approximately between 10" and 14" tall.

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Between October 15th and April 30th all Live-Plants will be shipped with Heatpacks to guarantee supreme condition of our plants. An Environmental Fee of $5.90 will be added to your basket automatically.

 

Ponytail Palm

In recent years, the ponytail palm tree has become a popular houseplant, and it is easy to see why. Its sleek bulb-like trunk and lush, long curly leaves make it visually stunning, and the fact that a ponytail palm is forgiving and easy in its care makes this an ideal houseplant for many people.

 

Care Guide*:

Sun
Optimal: Indirect 
Light Optimal: Bright
Watering

Let soil dry out between waterings

Humidity Moderate
Repotting
[Schedule]
Once root bound or double in size
Fertilizing
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Every two Months during the Summer Months
with our Selection of Fertilizer
Pets
Non-Toxic

 

* Guidance is given to best knowledge at any time for our Climate in Ontario or Canada and may differ significantly from Guidance in other sources. Please keep in mind that every Plant has its own character (as Humans) and Guidance can change according to condition or other surrounding factors of the plant. At no point can we guarantee success and are not liable for any instructions. But you are always welcome to come to our shopper give us a call and we try to solve your Situation. 

  

Good to know:

Oddly enough, a ponytail palm tree is neither a palm nor a tree. In fact, it is a member of the Agave family and is actually a succulent. Other common names for this plant include the bottle palm tree or the elephant foot tree. In the past, it has been classified as either Nolina recurvata or Beaucarnea recurvata, but the latter is now the correct classification of this plant. The common characteristics of this plant include a bulbous trunk, which is used to store water, and its long, hair-like leaves that grow from the top of the trunk like a ponytail, giving the plant its renowned name.