The Majesty palm plant is true to its name; it stands tall, leaping into the skies. The beautiful palm will grow in the U.S. in warm climates or as a houseplant. You can grow it on a patio in a jar and carry it indoors for the winter.
The Majesty Palm reaches an overall average height of approximately 40 feet in the wild, with a canopy width ranging between 6 and 8 feet. This palm’s size is limited by containers, mainly if you grow it indoors where the plant can only reach a height of almost 5 feet. The canopy is thick, which gives the plant an oval shape.
Majesty Palms will adapt to low levels of light but will be healthier in your house if placed in a sunny location. Since its leaves have the tendency to be scorched, it’s best to avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. If they attain roughly 4-6 hours of clear, indirect light per day, your Majesty Palm will prosper indoors.
The trick to keeping your majesty palm healthy is to preserve the right soil moisture. The soil should be continuously damp but not mushy; never allow the soil to dry out or remain in the water fully. Make sure that the dirt will drain appropriately through the holes at the bottom of the container. Brown tops mean that the plant requires more water and yellow tips typically mean that the plant has more water than required.
Temperature and Humidity
When it comes to the temperature, these plants must have to be protected from cold. If you plan to place them in your house, you should avoid the vents of air conditioners. This is because the majesty plant can tolerate a low temperature of 40 degrees and prefer to stay in an average room temperature of 60-80 degrees.
Majesty plants grow best in high humid areas. Apart from this, these plants can also grow well in your home.
Majesty palms generally suffer from improper nutrition. Using a general houseplant fertilizer that contains iron every two to three months in the summer and spring will be great if you want the best results. To supply sufficient magnesium, give a slight amount of Epsom salts once a month. During the winter months, no fertilizer is required because it gives your plant some downtime in winters.
Majesty palm plant is among those plants that are entirely non-toxic to pets and humans.
Placing your majesty palm plant in your living room will soften up your living room’s space and help you keep the air that you breathe healthier.
Repotting an existing palm of majesty every two years provides the fresh soil and extra space it needs to support its rising root system. In spring or early summer, you should have to do this to avoid harm to the tree’s roots.
Two days before repotting, water the glorious palm to prime the root ball and loosen the soil. Till it drains water freely from the holes in the pot’s bottom, add water to it. After that, you have to sit on the floor in front of the Palm of Majesty. Tilt the pot over yourself and gently grasp the fronds at the base.
Stabilize the pot among your feet and push the root ball free softly. Roll the pot back and forth if the roots feel trapped to release them before slipping the root ball out. Inspect for illness symptoms such as scorched, sweating, or otherwise weakened roots in the root ball.
Remove some of the fronds that change color to brown or yellow easily. Doing so enhances your plant’s look and allows new leaf growth to have a clean room and more energy. The brown fronds do not necessarily mean an issue if they are being treated properly. Like all palm trees, Your Majesty’s palm leaves will gradually turn brown and die.
One of the common issues that this plant has is the yellowness of the leaves of the plant. As well as this, the tips of the majesty palm plant turn brown. This is all because of the overwatering or extremely dry conditions of the plant.
The majesty palm is prone to several diseases, including:
The majesty plant is a great option if you’re looking to add another plant to your house. While it’s still new to the world of houseplants, it will fit right at home if you take care of it properly.
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