Paul M.


Parlor Palm
Chamaedorea elegans

Paul M. takes his time to enjoy the finer things in life, like aged wine with complex notes of currant, tobacco and dark chocolate. Naturally, he's a slow grower (takes several years to reach 3-4ft tall), is adaptable to most indirect light environments, and prefers his soil to be evenly moist.

Sunlight:Low to bright indirect light.

Water:Once a week, soil can be slightly moist.

Pets:He's a big fan of pets.

Grows:Extremely slow grower.

Newbies:Great for beginners and growing that green thumb.

Pro-tip: Don't place him in direct light or else he'll burn.


Despite being native to the tropical rainforests of Mexico and Guatemala, the parlor palm is perfectly suited for homes or offices since it can live in most indoor light situations.

The leafy, expansive foliage only adds to its appeal as it can add a ton of depth to any space. This plant can grow up to seven feet tall indoors as long as you keep taking care of and repotting it.

Size will vary, but total height is about 16 inches and container width is 4 inches.

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