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Majesty Palm

From $54.99

(148 customer reviews)

  Light: Bright Light

  Pet Friendly: Yes

Majesty Palm

Ravenea rivularis

The Majesty Palm, renowned for its elegant fronds and tropical allure, is a popular choice for both indoor and outdoor settings. Its feathery, arching leaves add a touch of exotic beauty to any space. When grown indoors, the Majesty Palm requires bright, indirect light and a consistent watering routine to maintain its lush appearance. In outdoor landscapes, these palms thrive in well-drained soil and enjoy a balance of sunlight and shade. With proper care and attention, the Majesty Palm transforms any environment into a tropical oasis, making it a favorite among plant enthusiasts and interior decorators alike.

Majesty Palm Care

Ravenea rivularis

While Majesty Palms naturally thrive in the understory of their native habitat, when grown indoors, it’s beneficial to ensure ample light exposure. If you notice stretching or bleaching of the leaves, consider relocating the plant to a brighter area for a few weeks, but be cautious not to expose it to direct sunlight.

Maintaining consistently moist potting media is key for Majesty Palms, avoiding both waterlogging and excessive dryness. It’s crucial not to let the soil become overly dry between waterings to prevent the loss of lower leaves and sustain the plant’s overall health. Regular attention to these watering practices contributes to the Majesty Palm’s vibrancy and well-being.

The Majesty Palm tree plant is rated for Zones 9 to 11.

The Majesty Palm tree is non-toxic and pet friendly

Majesty Palm Plant FAQ

Proper care for a Majesty Palm involves providing sufficient light, especially indoors, where bright conditions are preferred but direct sunlight should be avoided. Maintaining consistently moist potting soil, without allowing it to become waterlogged, is essential. Regular watering, ensuring the soil doesn’t dry out completely, contributes to the overall health of the Majesty Palm.

Majesty Palms are generally considered non-toxic to cats. However, it’s advisable to monitor pets closely and consult with a veterinarian if any unusual behavior or symptoms are observed.

The frequency of watering Majesty Palms depends on factors like temperature and humidity. In general, it’s recommended to keep the soil consistently moist, avoiding both waterlogging and excessive dryness.