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The Kentia Palm is one of the most popular indoor palms across the world. Being a pretty hardy plant, this makes for a good beginner plant. Under the right conditions, the Kentia Palm can grow up to 10 feet tall indoors. They are native the islands of the South Pacific and show off their long, arching foliage beautifully. To care for it, you want to think tropical, mimic their natural habitat as best as possible.  Light Kentia Palms prefer indirect sunlight. They do well in shaded areas, with a bit of light flashing through. They are tolerant of low light...

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The Parlor Palm is one of the easiest palms to care for and makes for a great beginner plant. Being tolerant to low-light conditions, these palms do great in northern exposure. Native to rainforests in Mexico and Guatemala, Parlor Palms require lots of humidity and moisture. Mimicking their natural habitat will help them thrive the most.  Light Parlor Palms will thrive best in bright, indirect sunlight. They are considered low-light plants, however, that does not mean no light. There will be faster growth in brighter light. Northern exposure is perfect for them.  Water Most palms are very sensitive to overwatering...

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The Lady Palm, technically known as the Rhapis Excelsa, is a small palm species that grows upright, fan-shaped, glossy, green leaves. It is native to China and tolerant to low light conditions, making it a pretty low maintenance houseplant. This particular palm has a slow growth rate, so if you are looking for a tree that will take its time to get huge, the Lady Palm may be it.   Light Bright indirect light is most ideal for the Lady Palm but they are somewhat tolerant of shaded, lower light areas. Direct sunlight is not ideal for this palm, the unfiltered...

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Check out our published Rubber Tree care guide on wikiHow The Ficus Elastica is a very well known plant that can grow up to 8’ indoor. Originating from India, Nepal, Malaysia, China, and other countries, these plants come in several different varieties. They are an easier ficus to care for and add a fun, statement tree to your home.  Light Ficus Elastica or Rubber Tree’s appreciate bright, indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight. The Ficus Burgundy can adjust to medium light, however the Ficus Tineke should always be in brighter light.  Water Just like any other ficus, the Elastica want to...

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The Philodendron Hastatum, or Silver Sword, is most definitely a statement piece for any home. Their silvery hues and sword-shaped leaves, they will catch any guests eye and leave them wondering where a plant like that can come from. The Silver Sword is native to the rainforests of Brazil. They are actually on the endangered species list due to habitat destruction. Which means, having one in your home can be an act of service… Light Medium to bright indirect light is the place to put your Silver Sword. Too much direct sunlight can scorch the leaves and cause discoloration. A...

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