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Chamaedorea

Chamaedorea is a family covering over 100 species of plants. Some species are known as parlor palm, a very popular species is the Chamaedorea cataractarum "Cat Palm". This is one of the most sought after indoor palms around today. A graceful, slow-growing palm, it’s a great plant for the beginner and the seasoned houseplant collector, alike. Since they only grow to 2-4 feet, they’re ideal for dish gardens and terrariums because they won't crowd other plants.

An adaptable, hardy plant, parlor palm is quite an easy plant to grow and care for, which makes them suitable for those new to growing indoors. They tolerate low light and colder conditions pretty well and they don’t need a great amount of feeding or watering. With its rich green, slightly arched and slender leaves, it’s a great option for planting in a shaded border, a courtyard, or the warmth and shade of a patio.

While it may be tempting to plant in a large pot, stick to a pot only 1 to 2 inches larger. To prevent tipping, use a sturdy pot with a wide base. Fertilize the plant during the growing season, using a regular indoor fertilizer, mixed and applied according to directions on the label. Cat Palms or Parlor Palm prefers areas with high humidity. The soil around a Parlor Palm should be evenly moist and although you should water freely during the growing season, reduce the frequency of watering during the winter.

During the dormant period, remove dead leaves, diseased leaves or branches, or any branches that are rubbing against one another as this may cause cuts. Take caution when trimming to avoid making stubs.

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