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Areca palms are popular ornamental plants for indoor landscaping. They are native to Madagascar and belong to the family of Arecaceae.

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Areca palm - Basic care, Watering, Fertilising, and Repotting

Areca palm is a common houseplant which brings instant freshness to wherever it is planted. The lush green foliage of the plant commands the attention of whoever visits your garden. They can also be used to adorn the corners of rooms or offices. Areca plant does not need a very complicated care process.

The attractive appearance of the areca palm and its hassle-free nature makes the areca palm a great addition to your garden.

Basic care

Areca palm does not need much care to grow. However, they have some very basic requirements like proper light, and watering schedules without which the plants cannot survive.


These plants require bright but indirect sunlight. Placing the plants in front of a south or west facing window might be beneficial for the plant. If the plants are kept in front of direct sunlight, the leaves will turn yellowish-green.


In summer, watering should be done so that the soil remains moist but not soggy. In winter, the soil should be allowed to dry between watering sessions.


The areca palm likes rich soil with good drainage properties.


The areca palm seeds are quite expensive. Therefore, it is recommendable to purchase them when they are small and then plant them.


The areca palm grows to a height of 6-7 feet.


Areca plants should NOT be fertilized in the fall or winter. A time-release fertilizer can be applied in the spring to accentuate growth. The fronds of the areca plant benefit from a micronutrient spray in the summer season. A liquid houseplant fertilizer spray would serve the purpose.


The areca palm needs to be repotted once in every 2-3 years. The old potting soil needs to be replaced to remove fertilizer salt deposits. The plants have to be planted in fresh palm potting soil mixed with a handful of sand.


They are used for ornamental purposes.

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