The plant came with every leaf bent and branches missing. It’s been hard for it to start growing again. I’m nervous it won’t grow. Don’t I have a warranty on it if it dies? I hope so.. I feel bad for the poor thing. It’s not really growing at all right now. Nervous it may die soon. We will see!
Thank you for inquiring about item:United Nursery Majesty Palm Plant in 9.25 in. Grower Pot One thing that makes majesty palm useful, especially as a houseplant, is that it's not a fast grower -- so you don't need to worry about it growing taller than your ceiling anytime soon. The same goes for plants grown outside. They tend to stay tidy and maintain their size. I hope this helps! Thank you for being the best part of The Home Depot! We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future!
Hello, These plants can acclimate to outdoor areas with indirect bright to medium light.
Hello, The majesty palm will range between 24-34 inches tall at shipping size and it is measured from the bottom of the pot to the top of the plant. Best regards, United Nursery Care Team
Hello, This plant will do well in a shady location but will need to receive indirect bright to medium sunlight a few hours a day. Best regards, United Nursery Care Team
Hello, Currently our tallest box is 42" in height thus the tallest plant we will be able to ship will be between 32-40 inches tall. Best regards, United Nursery Care Team
Hi Treacy, The majesty palm is a slow grower, they may grow between 10-16 inches per year and reach heights above 30 feet. Our majesty palms are shipped between 30 to 38 inches tall. Best regards, United Nursery Care Team
No, it is not recommended for this palm plant to be planted outdoors.
Hi Rocky. Thank you for your question. The majesty palm is a tropical plant and it likes the moist air, which can be a problem in your home or your office setting. If your majesty palm fronds are turning brown on the tips, it is most likely caused by the soil being too dry. If the tips start to turn yellow, chances are that you have been watering too much. Do not let the soil on your majesty palm dry out. It should be constantly moist, but not wet. How often you will need to water will depend on the humidity in the area your palm is kept. Some additional humidity can be provided by misting your palm frequently, about once or twice a week. In most office or home settings, a good soaking once a week will suffice. In higher humidity settings. you may only need a good soaking once every 10 days. It just depends. Do not let water stand in the drain plate. Be sure you are using a soil that is well drained like a Palm & Cactus Mix. This will help to prevent over watering. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
The watering instruction is as follows: • Provide sufficient water at planting time when palm trees are most vulnerable. Newly planted palms should be watered once each day • Irrigate established trees two to three times per week under normal conditions. • Water the palm tree at least once a week when conditions are dry. • Reduce irrigation in winter.