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Dwarf Date Palm
Dwarf Date Palm
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Dwarf Date Palm

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  1. Looks: It's got these beaut feathery fronds that hang down all elegant-like. The fronds are pinnate, meaning they're arranged like feathers along the stem.

  2. Size: This palm is a ripper for indoors – not too big, usually reaching 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters).

  3. Light: Chuck it in a spot with good, but not too harsh, light. No direct sun, especially when it's scorching out there.

  4. Watering: Keep the soil moist but not soaked. Let the top inch dry out before giving it another drink. Ease up a bit on the watering in winter.

  5. Temperature: It's a fan of temps between 18-27°C. It can handle a brief cold snap, but don't let it cop frost.

  6. Soil: Use soil that drains well – you don't want it sitting in water. Mix in a bit of sand or perlite for better drainage.

  7. Feeding: Give it a dose of balanced liquid fertiliser in the warmer months. Ease off in the cooler ones.

  8. Humidity: It's not too fussy, but a bit of extra humidity won't hurt. Spritz the leaves or pop a humidity tray nearby.

  9. Pests: Watch out for critters like spider mites and scale insects. Keep an eye on the undersides of the leaves and sort out any bug dramas pronto.

  10. Repotting: Give it a new home every 2-3 years or when it's busting out of its current digs. Spring's the go-to time for repotting.

  1. Looks: It's got these beaut feathery fronds that hang down all elegant-like. The fronds are pinnate, meaning they're arranged like feathers along the stem.

  2. Size: This palm is a ripper for indoors – not too big, usually reaching 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters).

  3. Light: Chuck it in a spot with good, but not too harsh, light. No direct sun, especially when it's scorching out there.

  4. Watering: Keep the soil moist but not soaked. Let the top inch dry out before giving it another drink. Ease up a bit on the watering in winter.

  5. Temperature: It's a fan of temps between 18-27°C. It can handle a brief cold snap, but don't let it cop frost.

  6. Soil: Use soil that drains well – you don't want it sitting in water. Mix in a bit of sand or perlite for better drainage.

  7. Feeding: Give it a dose of balanced liquid fertiliser in the warmer months. Ease off in the cooler ones.

  8. Humidity: It's not too fussy, but a bit of extra humidity won't hurt. Spritz the leaves or pop a humidity tray nearby.

  9. Pests: Watch out for critters like spider mites and scale insects. Keep an eye on the undersides of the leaves and sort out any bug dramas pronto.

  10. Repotting: Give it a new home every 2-3 years or when it's busting out of its current digs. Spring's the go-to time for repotting.