Thursday, 25 May 2017

šŸ¤·PLANTšŸ¤·Trachycarpus fortunei Palm (Windmill Palm) As A House plant - How To Care It ✅✅

Are you seeking some information regarding the windmill palm as a house plant? if you don't know that then no worry. Here are some basic information regarding the Trachycarpus fortunei Palm facts and its care.

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windmill palm care instructions photos


When they first appear, the leaves of this hardy palm are attractively plated and covered with fine hairs, but these fibers curl away from the edges of the leaves gradually open out into wide, deeply segmented fans. 

As the plant ages, a stout stem develops, covered with coarse brown fibers from decomposing leaf sheaths.

Windmill Palm Fact File



windmill palm care in winter indoor plantORIGIN Southeast Asia.

HEIGHT To 8ft/2.4m in a container.

POTTING MIX Soil-based.

REPOTTING In spring, move into a pot one size larger.

PROPAGATION By seed, but seedlings are so slow-growing, this is not practical for an amateur. 

KEEPING PLANTS This Palm will benefit from a spell outdoors in summer, but keep it out of heavy winds, which can shred the leaves.

Trachycarpus Fortunei Palm Plant Care


windmill palm care tips and cares


  • Bright light with plenty of direct suns.
  •  Normal room temperature, with a winter minimum of 40°F/4°C in winter. 
  • Water moderately throughout the growing season, but sparingly in cooler temperatures.
  •  Give a balanced liquid feed every 2-3 weeks in spring and summer.

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