Tall, grey brown, slightly curved single trunk, sprawling green palm fronds, and of course, coconuts. A challenge indoors, as it is difficult to replicate its natural habitat indoors.


Coconut palms enjoy well draining soil. Ideally, a potting mix with added sand or cactus/succulent soil should be used with a pot that is well draining. You can add a layer of bark or mulch to help with moisture retention.


Coconut palms thrive in full sun, at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. It is extremely important that any indoor coconut palm receives ample sunshine. Depending on its placement in your home, consider moving your plants location throughout the day to “chase” the sun and ensure proper exposure. During the winter months, consider placing your palm under a grow lamp to help make up for lost light.


A palm fertilizer that has continuous release formula twice a year is suggested. Otherwise, March to October 1 tsp epsom salts per gallon of water the first of every month, Rage 0-0-6 3rd watering of the month, March and October potache.


The coconut palm is a thirsty tree.. Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy by saturating it with warm water once or twice a week. Make sure the container does not become waterlogged, as this can result in root rot.


Moderate growth rate. Indoors, these palms are generally short lived, they remain small, and they often don’t produce fruit.

Pet Friendly? Yes, non toxic.