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Hawaiian Palm
Hawaiian Palm
Hawaiian Palm
Hawaiian Palm
Hawaiian Palm
Hawaiian Palm
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Brighamia Hawaiian Palm is named after its place of origin, Hawaii. This moisture-loving plant is perfectly suited to indoor conditions in any home. Its care is no mystery, so a little love and a lot of humidity will be enough for it. It belongs to the succulent family.
Indirect light

Indirect light

Moderate irrigation

Moderate irrigation

High humidity

High humidity

Suitable for pets

Suitable for pets

€31.00 Hawaiian Palm
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Brighamia Hawaiian Palm is named after its place of origin, Hawaii.
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Hawaiian Palm


Recommendations
  • This plant is not toxic for pets.
  • Lack of water or cold can cause it to lose its leaves even if they are evergreen.

Care
  • Light: It prefers the exhibition to the indirect light or places outdoors of semishade. You can give him some hour of direct light but not in the strongest hours of light.
  • Regular watering: Water once a week, taking care not to let the substrate dry out completely between waterings.
  • Moisture: It loves to feel cool! Spray its leaves every other day.
  • Top tip: In winter, let the substrate dry out a little more than in summer before watering.

Benefits
  • According to a NASA report, succulents purify the air and remove toxins to give you a fresher, cleaner environment.
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