Areca palms do best with bright light like from a south- or west-facing window and may last longer with some direct sunlight. But do not give too much direct sunlight; the leaves will turn yellowish-green in direct sunlight.
Water them often enough to keep the soil lightly moist in spring and summer, and allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings in fall and winter. Fertilize areca palm plants with a time-release fertilizer in spring. This gives the plant most of the nutrients it needs for the entire season.
Areca Palm is a natural cooler that can remove xylene and toluene from the atmosphere. This plant has the ability to not just filter the air around but also add moisture to the surroundings, absorbing all the toxins, leaving the air clean and fresh.
The Areca Palm is non-toxic to cats and dogs.
Areca Lutescens 1m+
A single Areca Lutescens 1m tall in 30cm plastic nursery pot.