Palm Ponytail
Palm Ponytail
Palm Ponytail
Palm Ponytail
Palm Ponytail
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Palm Ponytail

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  • Botanical Name: Beaucarnea recurvata
  • Common Name(s): Ponytail Palm
  • Light: Bright
  • Water: Minimal
  • Soil: Potting Mix
  • Pet Friendly: Yes

Note: Please allow for some product variation. While we strive for accuracy in our descriptions, colors and sizes may vary slightly. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee so rest assured if you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will make it right.

Description & Care:

The Ponytail Palm is a great beginner plant for new plant parents. It is a very hardy, easy to care for, and forgiving plant. The Ponytail Palm is not actually a palm nor a tree. It is, in fact, a succulent! It thrives in bright light and does not require frequent watering.

Light:

The Ponytail Palm loves to be in bright light. This plant is very forgiving so you can place it outside during the summer months and then bring it in for the winter months and it will be just fine.

Watering:

Since it is a succulent, the Ponytail Palm does best in dry soil. Only water your plant after the soil dries out. Watering once every 2 to 3 weeks is sufficient. Water lightly during the winter months.

Temp & Humidity:

Keep your Ponytail Palm warm and dry to keep it happy. Temperatures between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit are optimal. Keep it away from cold drafts and a/c vents. While Ponytail Palms thrive in dry conditions, they will do just fine in the average household or office conditions.

Soil:

Use a good draining, quality, potting mix for your Ponytail Palm.

Fertilizer:

Ponytail Palms are not big feeders so minimal fertilizer is needed. Fertilize with a houseplant fertilizer one time in the Spring and again in the Summer. That is enough to keep your plant happy. Too much fertilizer can cause the tips of the leaves to brown.

Toxicity to pets:

This plant is not toxic to pets or humans.