Gerda die Goldfruchtpalme-FALSE-Botanicly
Gerda die Goldfruchtpalme-FALSE-Botanicly
Gerda die Goldfruchtpalme-FALSE-Botanicly
Gerda die Goldfruchtpalme-FALSE-Botanicly

Gerda the golden fruit palm

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Dypsis lutescens


The most important information about Gerda the golden fruit palm

How to take care of your golden fruit palm

The plant prefers a location With lots of light, but not direct sunlight. Water the plant when the soil surface has dried. Fertilize the plant monthly. Avoid waterlogging. The soil should never be soaked for long periods of time. Gerda's Latin name is: Dypsis lutescens.

This is where the 'Dypsis lutescens' is native

It belongs to the Arecaceae (palmbers) family. The Areca originally comes from Madagascar. Today, the areca occurs in many tropical and subtropical areas around the world and is a very popular houseplant.

That's why we love the golden fruit palm

The areca consists of a series of reed-like stems With beautiful light green pinnate leaves. It has narrow, pointed leaves.

This makes your golden fruit palm very special

The Areca is one of the faster-growing species. The plant is characterized by a long lifespan and is highly air-purifying.

Damit Gerda auf der Reise unbeschädigt bleibt, geben wir uns extra viel Mühe.

Unbleached, FSC-certified kraft cardboard is used for the transport box. This makes the transport box particularly stable and robust.
To protect your plant, it is wrapped in recyclable plastic. This will prevent damp earth from soaking through the box.
Shipping can get turbulent at times. The pot is fixed with a cardboard stand and thus prevents uncontrolled wobbling and damage to your plant.

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