Chamaedorea elegans, Parlour Palm – Plant
|Maximum Reachable Height||0.25 to 1 feet|
|Bloom Time||Seasonal bloomer|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
Planting And Care
- Most problems with goldfish plant such as leggy growth, leaf drop, and lack of flowering are directly related to everyday goldfish plant care.
- Oddly, for a plant that needs such a moist environment, the biggest culprit is overwatering.
- Too much room can also cause problems.
Goldfish Plant Care
To avoid many of the problems with goldfish houseplants and other epiphytes, you must begin with the proper growing medium. The medium should be light and coarse and should not, in spite of the plantâ€™s needs, hold water for extended periods of time.
|Sunlight||Part shade to full shade|
|Temperature||65 to 75 degrees C|
|Fertilizer||Apply any organic fertilizer|
Goldfish Plant Special Feature
Almost always used in hanging baskets to effectively display their flowers.
Goldfish Plant Uses
- The plant is used for ornamental purpose
About Chamaedorea Elegans
Chamaedorea palm is one of the most widely used indoor gardenings for bright interiors. Handsome, arching, green pinnate leaves, with 12 or more pairs of narrow leaflets per leaf, lend a tropical flair to indoor locations. This palm is a small, compact, usually single-trunked palm.
Clusters of yellow flowers in loose spirals may bloom in spring if enough light is present. Plants are dioecious. Leaves 5-8, spreading, pinnate; sheath 8-20 cm long, very obliquely open nearly to the base and tubular only in lower 1/3, short ligule apically on either side of the petiole.