Bamboo palm plants do not take a great deal of time or energy to care for. Water the palm, using room temperature filtered water, when the soil surface feels dry. Water the plant until the soil is evenly moist. Do not over water the palm plant or leave it sitting in water. Check often to be sure that the plant is draining properly. Caring for bamboo palms also involves using a time-release fertilizer during the growing season. Granular fertilizers work best. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions when feeding your palm plant and always water the fertilizer in. It will be necessary to repot the bamboo palm once it becomes too large for its present container. Watch for mites, especially on the underside of leaves. If a mite problem develops, be sure to wash the leaves with a soapy water mixture. Remove brown leaves on a regular basis.
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