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PALM, Queen (Cocoa Plumosa)*
[F17PA QUE]

Unit Pack Size: 17" Pot

Light:Put the plant in a position where it gets bright light and some direct sunlight but
not too much midday sun.


Water:Water moderately at all times of the year, allowing the top layer of the soil mix to dry out between waterings.


Temp:Keep at above 60 degrees in the winter and above 70 degrees in the summer.


Soil:Pot in a fast-draining potting soil.


Fertilizer:Apply a diluted liquid fertilizer once every 14 days during the active growing period.


Pests:Scale.


Special Care:Remove any old fronds that turn brown. Needs extra heat and humidity to look its
best indoors.


Flower Color:Young plants do not flower.


Growth Habit:Queen palm grows slowly, eventually becoming at least 10' tall. Its leaves are made
up of a number of graceful narrow leaflets.Each whole leaf can grow up to 5' long.


Fun Fact:A few decades ago the queen palm was assigned the name Cocos Plumosa. During
the late 60's and 70's most experts began referring to it as Arecastrum romanzoffianum. Now this queen has been placed in the genus Syagrus, the species name became romanzoffiana.

The key to a happy plant is proper care!

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