The Neanthebella Palm is commonly called a Parlor Palm. Preferring low to moderate light, the Parlor Palm became a common sight in dark Victorian parlors in the 1800s. Taking care of the Neanthebella Palm is easy. Water once the top inch of soil has dried out; while it can handle being under-watered, it won’t if over-watered. This palm can tolerate dry indoor air but will thrive in moderate humidity. Best of all, the Neanthebella Parlor Palm is pet and children-friendly.
We recommend using Espoma Indoor Liquid Fertilizer to feed your plants as you water, or Osmocote Outdoor/Indoor for a slow release fertilizer. Either way you go your houseplants will love it!