Clusters of big, bold, green leaves, this plant can give any house a tropical ambiance. Be warned though, this plant requires a lot of love to grow and thrive.


Prefer well draining soil. A potting mix amended with some sand of cactus/succulent soil and peat moss is recommended.


Cat palms require bright indirect light. Direct light can cause the leaves to burn.


Feed your cat palm monthly in the spring and summer with a basic house plant fertilizer at half strength. It only needs to be fertilized on to two times during the fall and winter.


Likes to be moist, but not overly soggy. Never let your palm sit in water. This plant does not want to dry out. Water with distilled or rainwater is best.


Slower growing. Can reach up to 6 feet in height.

Pet Friendly? Yes, non toxic.