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.
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