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4. Exemplary fan palm

Livistona is round-leaved (it is more correct to call it saribus - Saribus rotundifolius, but the name of Livistona is still more popular with us) is not without reason considered an exemplary fan palm. Shining with the luxury of large leaves, it gives the impression of a valuable and difficult plant to care for. But in practice, this is not.

Livistona rotundifolia or Saribus rotundifolius
Livistona rotundifolia or Saribus rotundifolius

Livistona is an inimitable plant with rounded wai fans capable of reaching 90 cm in diameter. The leaf segments are folded, with a pointed edge, tapering and slightly drooping, which only emphasizes the massiveness of the leaves.

Livistona is considered a rapidly growing plant and, even in indoor conditions, does not lose the ability to increase height and scope quite intensively. The trunk of the palm tree is so low that it is often almost invisible when using the soil decoration method.

The contrast of round, fan-shaped, rather massive leaves with brown petioles decorated with thorns is very beautiful and distinguishes this species of Livistona from other varieties.

  • Height: up to 2 meters
  • Leaf type: fan
  • Lighting: bright or diffuse bright
  • Summer temperature: 16-20 degrees
  • Winter temperature: 14 to 18 degrees or higher with care correction

Livistona is a typical indoor palm tree in its soil and lighting requirements. She feels great in any conditions close to the average

Livistona rotundifolia or Saribus rotundifolius
Livistona rotundifolia or Saribus rotundifolius

Care requirements: low

It is no coincidence that Livistona is considered one of the easiest palm trees to grow. She loves regular spraying and will gratefully respond to dusting the leaves with a soft, damp sponge. In summer, plants are watered abundantly and often, in winter, the intensity of watering directly depends on the temperature at which the plant is kept (from poor watering in the cool to only slightly less intense than in summer when kept in typical room conditions). In summer, this palm tree can be moved to the open air, protected from direct sunlight and drafts.

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