Most often seen as a single specimens, bottle palms are also available as novel, eye-catching multi-trunk specimens, usually with 2 or 3 trunks.
Height: 8 feet.
Pot Size: 20 inch
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Full sun, part sun or part shade.
Soil: well drained soil.
Water: Bottles are fairly drought-tolerant once established, though a regular watering keeps them looking their best.
Fertilizer: Use a palm fertilizer with minerals, specifically for them.
- If the cold weather damages any fronds, resist the urge to to trim them until winter is over.
- Damaged fronds will usually bear the brunt of future cold weather, protecting the rest of the palm.
- They do make great potted palms because of their slow growth, small root ball, easy care and overall appealing appearance.
- Landscape uses for bottle palmspecimen for small to large garden beds in the center of a circular drive lining a drive or walk at the entry - as long as there s enough space for fronds to spread out in the poolcage planter as a container plant for a sunny patio