Reed Palm


REED PALM – Chamaedorea seifrizii

Light lacy palm wioth narrowly pinnate fronds spreading from erect stems. height to about 8'

TEMPERATURE: Average to warm; minimum at night 62-65 degrees; tolerates lower tempertures of 55 for short periods.

LIGHT: Prefers shade, no direct sun.

WATERING: Keep sooil uniformly moist but not wet.

FERTILIZE: Once each month while growing usually spring through fall.

Information brought to you by Lawn Patio Barn.com taken from Merchant Publishing Company and prepared by Agricultural Research Center in Florida.

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