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The ultimate guide for a Parlor Palm

Parlor palm

The Parlor Palm is a great plant to start your plant collection with. It's low-maintenance and not toxic to your pets and/or small children. This makes it the perfect beginner-friendly plant for your house. It tells you exactly when it's not happy and it grows quickly, yet stays small.

To give you the best chance to take care of this plant, we've broken down the caring process into a few different steps. These steps are designed to provide you with the most in-depth information to teach you everything you need to know about caring for your plant.

  1. The five easiest houseplants for beginners
  2. How to take care of a Parlor Palm

1. The five easiest houseplants for beginners

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The five easiest houseplants for beginners

In this plant care guide, you'll find out what the easiest houseplants are for beginners. I've taken care of these plants myself and think anyone, no matter the level of experience, will be able to take care of them.

Read "The five easiest houseplants for beginners"

2. How to take care of a Parlor Palm

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How to take care of a Parlor Palm

A Palm, and the Parlor Palm especially, is a great first plant to start your plant collection. They're plants that are great for those darker places in your house where not a lot of other plants can grow. Palms are low-maintainance plants and they're also quite forgiving plants. In this guide, we'll go over everything you need to know to take care of your Parlor Palm.

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The Parlor palm at a glance

Parlor palm
Water when top soil is dry
Prefers low-light places
Fertilize once every 3 months

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