Rhapis excelsa 110 cm Height
Rhapis excelsa is the most well-known and widely cultivated species, easily adapting to most interiors. Also known as the lady palm, which grows in dense clumps of slender upright green stems. On the stems are fan-shaped, glossy green fronds that each have between five and eight narrow, lance-shaped segments.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Lady palms can thrive in any kind of light from shade to full sunlight. The best results will likely be found in full, but indirect sunlight.
Soil: A loamy soil that has excellent drainage is best for lady palms
Water: Lady palms have average water needs and are somewhat tolerant of drought once they’re established
Fertilizer: Rhapis are relatively slow-growing plants and need very little fertilizer.
Temperature: They thrive in typical room temperatures between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit
Pruning: Slight trim after blooming