Ponytail Palm with Large Size White Planter
Description The ponytail palm is a popular houseplant with a bulbous stem and a cascade of leaves that resemble a ponytail. The ponytail palm isn’t actually a palm tree, but a succulent member of the agave family. These plants are easy to grow and forgiving. They thrive in bright indirect light and drier soil. Care Guide Water Drought-tolerant. Allow the soil to dry between waterings. Water thoroughly until the soil is saturated and excess water is fully drained from the drain hole. Fertilization Fertilization once every 2-3 months during the growing season Pruning Trim the diseased, withered leaves Planting Time Spring, autumn Propagation Sowing, cutting Potting Suggestions Needs excellent drainage in pots Conditions Requirement Difficulty Rating Ponytail palm is super easy to take care of, with resistance to almost all pests and diseases. It is a perfect option for gardeners with brown thumbs. Sunlight Full sun to partial shade Hardiness 30 ℉ Hardiness Zones 9-11 Soil Chalky, loam, clay, sand; well drained; slightly acidic, neutral, slightly alkaline Toxicity No, ponytail palms are not poisonous to cats, dogs, or humans. They do have serrated edges on their leaves, which you should watch out for when you handle them, but otherwise, they are totally safe.