Ponytail Palm Branched

Growing Zones in Ground: 8 - 11 / in Pots: 4 - 11

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The Ponytailed Palm Branched is a perfect plant for people who have very little time or those who are just beginning plant parenthood. It is drought-tolerant, slow-growing, and requires very little care. Each plant may vary in size due to where they are at in the growth process.


The Ponytail Stump thrives in bright light and can tolerate full sun most of the day. However, this plant is so forgiving that it will also fairs well in low light conditions.

What’s Included

  • A healthy plant in its pot with soil
  • All the tips and tricks for plant care

Please Note: The pot shown in the pictures may be for inspiration purposes only and does not mean the plant will come with the pot pictured. All plants are shipped in a plastic grower pot unless otherwise stated/chosen.

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Plant Facts

Lighting Requirements

Palms make great houseplants in part due to their tolerance for a range of lighting conditions. Most palms either prefer partial shade or are tolerant of it. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight for the Parlor Palm.

Watering Needs

Palms prefer sandy, well-draining soil. Avoid any standing water, as overwatering and root rot can be a problem. Water after the top few inches of soil has dried out.


Palms generally do not require any extra moisture and are tolerant to dry environments.

Temperature Preferences

Your Palm will be happy in average household temperatures, from 65 -75 degrees Fahrenheit. Some species, including the Parlor Palm, are particularly cold tolerant and are happy with temperatures as low as 55 degrees.


Fertilize once a month in the spring and summer, ideally with palm fertilizer. Potassium deficiency is a fairly common issue for Palms. If you see the fronds turning yellow or brown, your Palm may require more nutrients.


Both the Parlor Palm and Ponytail Palm are considered pet-friendly! You can feel safe having these plants around your pets.

Extra Care

Be careful not to over-prune your Palm! Many species of Palm continue to pull nutrients from fronds that have become yellow. Remove the fronds once they have browned.