The Kenita Palm (Howea forsteriana) is an Australian species native to the east coast, Lord Howe Island. A slow-growing palm with a slender trunk with feater shaped fronds.


This plant is a populat place to have indoors and is tolerant with low sunlight exposure and conditioned air.


Kentia Palm

  • This plant is relatively low maintenance. When indoors, ensure the plant is established in an area of decent but indirect sunlight exposure, and do not overwater. If outdoors, situate in a shady area and avoid pruning as it can lead to fungal growth.

  • Plant Type Native Australian Palm/Cycad
    Mature Dimension (HxW) 9m x 4m
    Sun Exposure Full Sun, Part Sun, Shade
    Bird / Wildlife Attracting No
    Foliage Type Lanceolate - Tapered
    Foliage Colour Green