They are ideal houseplants that can add a tropical feel to any room. Plus, they are listed on NASA’s clean air varieties list!



Bamboo palms are the perfect tropical plant for medium to low light conditions. They can even tolerate being placed in north facing windows. Avoid hot, direct sun as it will burn their leaves.



Moist but well draining soil is best for the bamboo palm. Potting mix amended with peat moss, orchid bark, and perlite is a great option.



The soil should be kept evenly moist, but never waterlogged. Bamboo palms are sensitive to both overwatering and underwatering. Allow the top of the soil to dry slightly between watering’s.



Fertilize during the growing season. Granular, slow release fertilizers work best. Avoid fertilizing in the fall and winter when the plant is in dormancy.



Reaching a max indoor size of 4-12 feet tall and 3-5 feet wide.


Pet Friendly? Yes, these plants are non toxic.