It could also lack of humidity or spider mites, which NBPs are prone too. Get the first look at new products, collaborations, events, sales and moreGet the first look at new products, collaborations, events, sales and moreDon't forget to check your email to complete your subscription. Native to the rainforests of Southern Mexico and Guatemala, the Neanthe Bella Palm (Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves of the Neanthe Bella Palm, so place this little beauty in a spot out of direct light.


Pay close attention making sure you spray the underside of the leaves and the stems too. Water when the top 1” - 2” inches of the soil are dry, likely every 7 - 10 days. NellHow do I prevent spider mites?! Check in with the soil once a week until your establish a routine with your plant.Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can photosynthesize efficiently. Refer to the routine maintenance section for your plant’s specific moisture requirements. I immediately repotted from 3 in pot w no drainage to slightly bigger one with hole.

Until I can go out and get the alcohol, I gave both plants a regular shower. I put the plant in another room but it used to be very close to another plant, touching it even. Make a mixture of 50% water and 50% isopropyl alcohol (the 70% version).Spraying it down in the shower will also help rid most of them. We replaced oodles of these palms in offices because once the infestation gets bad, it’s hard to control. Professionally it cannot be used as a pesticide but it can be used as a cleaner and happens to have a side effect of killing the spider mites. It is still alive but never completely free of spider mites. Many people have a harder time with them because of the issue with spider mites. Should I worry about the other plant as well? Droopy, crunchy, brittle leaves with white specks We had to replace a lot of Dracaena marginatas, Bamboo Palms, Areca Palms and Neanthe Bella Palms on commercial accounts due to bad infestations. I would. Too much moisture in the soil can cause root rot, while too little can lead to brown and crispy leaves. You will need to be slightly more cautious not to pour too much water into these containers as there is no way for the excess water to escape. It wasn’t drying out even days after watering, so I replaced with fresh, dry indoor soil. The reasons for this couldn't be more straight forward - It thrives in our homes and workplaces where other species may struggle and it's also one of the cheapest palms you can buy. die App nutzen, stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies und von ähnlichen Verfahren der Houzz Gruppe zur Verbesserung der Produkte, Dienstleistungen, zur Darstellung von relevanten Inhalten und um das Nutzererlebnis anzupassen, zu. The Parlor Palm thrived in the 65 degrees during the winter in my house in front of the East window. Nell[…] a safe or non-toxic plant, like a Ponytail Palm or a Neanthe Bella Palm, as an attractant or decoy. NellI accidentally left my Bella palm outside in the scorching sun and now half the plant is colorless (albino).

Other names this Victorian parlor palm goes by includes Neanthe Bella Palm or, more simply, the Bella Palm. Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea elegans)(Neanthe bella) is an easy to care for house plant that will grow in low light conditions in your home or office and in the shade and humidity of summer.I was given a scrawny Parlor Palm that my girl friend had about a year and a half ago that she had been growing in the same pot for years. I’ve never done it but was told it could change the appearance of the palm a bit. I have been in the plant care business for decades. I did not bring in the palm until the nights dipped in the upper 40s which seems to trigger the bloom mode. However, that doesn't mean the mites won't return, unfortunately. My plant is very sick and dying rapidly after a repot a couple of weeks agoProbably spider mites. If you spray your plant, make sure all your other plants are far away.

They’re tough to prevent especially when the heat comes on in winter. It loves to be outdoors in the summer in bright shade; and that is when it tripled in size. Thanks in advance!Corey – I’ve never seen that on a Neanthe Bella Palm before. I used rain water and never use tap water unless it sits out for a day or so (to dissipate the chemicals).I am so glad you stopped and read about the Parlor Palm.So if you have an unhappy Palm tree even though you are following the instructions, check out what I do and see if that makes an improvement. The Neanthe Bella Palm is widely grown and sold in the trade as a table top palm.

It is in a pot I believe needs to be repotted to a bigger pot. I am now throughly disgusted and petrified!Hi Jenny – Neanthebella Palms are very prone to spider mites. Native to the rainforests of Southern Mexico and Guatemala, the Neanthe Bella Palm (Chamaedorea elegans) or Parlor Palm is known for its air purifying properties and ability to adapt to lower light conditions.Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves of the Neanthe Bella Palm, so place this little beauty in a spot out of direct light.

... Parlour palm (British English), Neanthe bella, (common). Let sit for a couple minutes and then rinse the plant and let the water run out of the pot.Keep the soil moist but not wet.

No tiny flowers just yet, but I’m sure they’ll pop out soon. We suggest pouring small amounts of water in bit by bit, until you have reached the desired moisture level in the soil.For plants potted with drainage, water until it begins to come out the bottom of the pot and into the catch tray.Always be sure to assess your plant's watering needs upon receiving it.