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The Licuala grandis - Fan palm

A very special palm is the Licuala grandis. However, it is not hardy and therefore not suitable for the garden. It likes a lot of light and a lot of humidity.

Frequently asked questions, FAQ

How fast does the Licuala grandis grow?

The growth rate depends on the age of the plant and the environment (soil, light hours, etc.). The Licuala will never grow very fast, as it does not grow much higher than 2 meters. Count on about 20cm per year during its peak period.

How tall does the Licuala grandis get?

The Licuala grandis is not a big grower, as it does not grow higher than 2. Above that is an exception.

Licuala grandis, how often to water?

In the winter period in the cold, a Licuala can go a week without water, and then it shouldn't get too much even. But the warmer the weather and the more sunlight, the more water it needs. During the hottest days, a Licuala grandis may need to be made soaking wet as much as 2x in one day.

The Licuala grandis, when to prune?

Throughout the year the leaves of the Licuala grandis can become dry. Once they are too barren for the palm to look nice, they can be cut off at the trunk with pruning shears. In this way the Licuala grandis forms its trunk.

The Licuala Grandis Fan Palm is a majestic plant because of its huge leaves that feel somewhat like cardboard.

It is a tropical fan palm. That's why the Licuala grandis is very famous for it.

It loves a sunny spot and gives a beautiful look! The unfortunate thing is that it can get brown leaf edges, but that in itself gives off the feeling of the real tropics.

Truly a beautiful tropical palm tree for the collector.

This palm can be placed in the office as well as in the living room. He can also be placed in a subtropical swimming pool.

The root ball should absolutely not dry out.