Growing Palms Indoors

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

As published in the Miami Herald Neither the coming of cooler weather nor the lack of a backyard should stop you from adding to your palm collection this winter. Many palms do well as indoor plants and grow slowly, so they can stay inside for years. Growing palms indoors is more challenging than outside because it is harder to match their natural environment. Despite this fact, some shade-loving palms do better indoors than outdoors. Whether planting a shade-loving Chamaedorea elegans or a...
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