How To Areca Palm Care Outdoor

How To Areca Palm Care Outdoor


All the plants have personal benefits and care. All the plants have personal tricks and tips to grow better plant than any other plants. There are many tricks and tips to care tropical plant.

Here are some steps of areca palm care outdoor.

Water


Water 
Areca palms seem to have an unquenchable thirst during the spring and summer months. Also, this plant does not like water that has chemicals in it. Salt, chlorine, fluoride, and other chemicals that can be found in our drinking water will cause dots to form on the leaves, so use distilled water whenever possible.

Temperature


Temperature
These tropical beauties prefer warm temperatures that are between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. It will not tolerate temperatures that drop below 55 degrees Fahrenheit, and cold drafts of wind can cause the leaves to form brown spots.

Soil


Soil
This plant prefers soil that is rich in nutrients as well as a bit on the acidic side. I like to use a peat moss, sand, and bark mixture that is heavily aerated and drains well.

Fertilizer


Fertilizer 
This will ensure that it is receiving the proper nutrients that it needs to grow during the spring and summer months of the year. You should also give the plant a liquid fertilizeronce a month during the growing season. The fronds of the palm will benefit from a micronutrient spray, so use a diluted mixture that you can spritz directly on the leaves. Do not fertilize the plant during the winter. It will not need the extra nutrients when it is not growing, so the salt that is present in the fertilizer will simply sit in the soil.

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