Golden brown, with a sun-like texture! I adore this oxygen-pumping device so much! The Dypsis lutescens, also known as the Golden Cane Palm, adds plenty of vitality and colour with its golden stems, as well as a touch of Japanese, bamboo-like appeal. It is a dense palm with numerous trunks, giving it a fantastic option for screening, whether as an indoor or outdoor plant!
One of the most well-known and eye-catching palms, the Gold Cane Palm has golden stems and yellow-green fronds. The leaves curl upward in many stalks to give the plant its alternate name of Butterfly Palm. The Golden Cane Palm is incredibly flexible and may be cultivated indoors or outdoors, in full sun to partial shade. It will provide a dash of tropical and natural detail to any corner. If you enjoy palm trees, you can explore them here!
Where to plant golden cane palms?
Although the Golden palm requires a lot of light, direct sunlight should be avoided because it will cause the leaves to turn yellow soon. A bright to partially shaded area indoors or in a conservatory is better for Dypsis Lutescens. Ideal conditions include high humidity and constant temperatures of about 68 degrees Fahrenheit. During their winter slumber, young plants shouldn’t be exposed to temperatures below 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Although they can withstand temperatures as low as 59 degrees Fahrenheit in the future, it is not advised to leave them in such colder environments.
Furthermore, temperatures shouldn’t ever change significantly, and the palms don’t like draughts.
Care for Golden Cane Palms
The stem and leaves of the golden cane palm turn yellow
Comparatively to other palms at a plant nursery; this one tends to have slightly yellower stems and leaves overall. However, if you notice that your palm is turning too yellow, the sun or the amount of water in your diet may be to blame. If you expose your palm to excessive light, the leaf may eventually burn and change colour. Similarly, if you don’t give the plant enough water, the leaf tips may start to turn yellow.
The foliage becomes brown
It might also happen for one of two causes. The first is due to dry air, which has less moisture, while the second is due to damage from frost. Frost damage may be the cause if your plant is in a glasshouse, but you can also help by mulching the ground or watering the foliage to improve humidity.
The lower leaves do, however, occasionally turn brown for no apparent reason, albeit this is a normal occurrence. The first leaves to turn brown and die are the older ones. In this instance, simply clip it off to improve the appearance of the plant.
If you decide to cultivate an areca palm, you won’t need to give it any more care than other tropical plants, which occasionally need a little more care. Choose a location with enough sun, and periodically check your soil.
You now have it! The entire growing process for the Golden Cane Palm! Now buy them from a plant nursery near me and refresh your living space or patio!