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Chamaedorea elegans

Parlour palm

  • Chamaedorea elegans Parlour palm

All photos from our own stock and taken by us. All heights include container.

If you would like a photo of any other combination of plant and pot let us know

Care Information

  • Site: A light position but will also handle some shade.
  • Temp: Average warmth will need misting if its really hot.
  • Water: Quite regularly in the growing season and rarely over the winter months.
  • Feeding: A liquid feed every month or so.
  • Tip: Brown tips on the leaves mean the humidity needs to be raised, give it a misting.

Chamaedorea elegans

Parlour palm

For over a century Parlour palms have enjoyed a place in the British home. A low growing palm (up to 3 feet high) that is very tough it will tolerate a lot of abuse but with a small amount of care will thrive. Great in almost any room of the house

Hover over thumbnails below to see a larger image on the left.

  • Chamaedorea elegans Parlour palm

60cm high

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Care Information

  • Site: A light position but will also handle some shade.
  • Temp: Average warmth will need misting if its really hot.
  • Water: Quite regularly in the growing season and rarely over the winter months.
  • Feeding: A liquid feed every month or so.
  • Tip: Brown tips on the leaves mean the humidity needs to be raised, give it a misting.