Are you looking for a statuesque indoor plant that stands out from all the rest? Madagascar Palm is seductive with its tall spiny truck and careless bedhead foliage. This pachypodium is not a palm; it's succulent, so its care could not be more accessible! This indoor plant loves as much bright indirect light as you can supply, so try placing it in a south or west-facing window. This houseplant enjoys dry soil, so be sure to only water it well after the soil is completely dry to the touch! Do not be alarmed if your Madagascar Palm loses its foliage during the winter as it commonly does. Keep the soil dry during this time and place it closer to a light source; soon, it will produce new foliage!
This plant has sharp spines that can scratch and cause skin irritation. Be aware this plant is also toxic if ingested, so keep it away from pets and small children.
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- Light: Bright Indirect
- Water: Low
- Temperature: Average
- Humidity: Average
- Pet Friendly: No
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- Small7"-11" in height measured from bottom of 4" diameter grow pot (sizes may vary)
- Large10"-14" in height measured from bottom of 6" diameter grow pot (sizes may vary)
- Extra Large15”-21” in height measured from bottom of 8” diameter grow pot (sizes may vary)