Kentia Palm in Pillar

$319.00

Lush Elegance: Kentia Palm – Howea Forsteriana

Tall Warm-White Pot for Your Auckland, New Zealand Office Space

Embellish your Auckland office space with the dignified beauty of our Kentia Palm (Howea Forsteriana).

It is a wonderful office plant with elegant fronds that would help you get a touch of the charm of nature indoors.

The thick foliage gives it a calm, aristocratic air, perfect for your workplace.

Our Kentia Palm is the perfect choice for office environments in Auckland, New Zealand.

Thriving in a warm and moderately humid environment with indirect light, this easy-to-care-for plant will add a touch of greenery without demanding excessive attention.

Enjoy the benefits of improved air quality and a calming ambiance, boosting productivity and well-being.

Sleek Pillar Pot:

Paired impeccably with our Kentia Palm, the Pillar Pot in warm-white creates a seamless blend of style and nature. Crafted from a durable mineral-fiberglass composite, this pot boasts a captivating matte finish, elevating the overall aesthetic of your office space.

Dimensions:

  • Pot: 30cm diameter x 60cm tall
  • Plant with Pot: Approximately 50cm wide x 110cm – 130cm tall

Variety to Suit Your Style:

For those seeking alternative hues to complement their office decor, we also offer the Kentia Palm in our sophisticated black and chic grey Pillar Pots. Choose the one that best resonates with your office interior design vision.

 

Description

What you get:

Pillar Pot in warm white, bringing both style and nature together. The pot is durable and made from a mineral-fiberglass composite, with an attractive matte finish to add interest to the room.

The Pot size: 30cm diameter x 60cm height

Elevate Your Auckland Office Space Make your office in Auckland, New Zealand, like a breath of fresh air with our Kentia Palm, bringing in a touch of nature. The atmosphere revives with ease, bringing you and your team one of the contributions to a positive working space. Make a statement of green initiatives and well-being at the workplace with this gorgeous addition.

Kentia Palm (Howea Forsteriana): Graceful Elegance for Your Indoor Oasis

The Kentia Palm, scientifically known as Howea Forsteriana, is a stunning and iconic palm species. That exudes timeless elegance. Revered for its graceful fronds and easy care requirements, the Kentia Palm is a popular choice for indoor greenery enthusiasts and interior designers alike.

Appearance and Growth:

The Kentia Palm boasts lush, arching fronds with long, feathery leaflets, creating a mesmerizing silhouette that adds a touch of tropical charm to any space. As it matures, the palm’s trunk develops a slender and smooth appearance, enhancing its overall allure.

In its early stages, the Kentia Palm is typically slow-growing, but it gradually gains height and fullness over time. Young Kentia Palms are often sold as smaller potted plants, perfect for those looking to nurture and watch them flourish.

Growth Rate:

The Kentia Palm’s growth rate may vary depending on the growing conditions, care provided, and the size of the plant at the time of purchase. Under optimal conditions, it can grow approximately 2 to 3 feet (60 to 90 centimeters) in height annually, making it a relatively slow but rewarding grower.

Origin and Natural Habitat:

The Kentia Palm is native to Lord Howe Island, a remote and pristine island located in the Pacific Ocean between Australia and New Zealand. Its natural habitat consists of lush rainforests and forested valleys, where it thrives in a subtropical climate with moderate humidity and filtered sunlight.

Kentia Palm: A Royal Favourite

The Kentia Palm, scientifically known as Howea forsteriana, hails from the remote Lord Howe Island in Australia. Introduced to Europe in the 19th century, this graceful palm quickly became a beloved staple in many Victorian homes and conservatories. Its popularity during the era was in large part due to its ability to thrive in indoor conditions, where other palms would often falter.

But the Kentia Palm’s claim to historical fame goes beyond just its decorative attributes in Victorian households. This palm held a special place in the heart of one of Britain’s most iconic monarchs, Queen Victoria. In a touching testament to her fondness for the Kentia Palm, Queen Victoria requested that these palms be planted around her final resting place. Today, visitors to the Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore can witness the enduring beauty of the Kentia Palms that surround the grave of the queen.

Incorporate a piece of royal history into your space with the Kentia Palm, a plant truly fit for a queen.

Indoor Environment:

This palm’s adaptability to indoor conditions is one of its greatest assets, making it an ideal choice for offices, homes, and other indoor spaces. It thrives in a warm environment with indirect light, making it well-suited for spaces away from direct sunlight. While it appreciates moderate humidity, it can tolerate slightly drier indoor air without issue.

Plant Variation Disclaimer

We will always do our best to try and send the best quality plant, representing what you can expect to receive when purchasing from us at Plant and Pot NZ. We do our best to make sure that what is shown on our website is very close to the plants we supply. However, one must realize that plants are living things, and hence, there will be prevailing differences.

Please kindly note the following:

  1. When you Variability in Appearance: Color, shape, and size of the plants may vary. Though we do our best to reflect the natural plant’s properties as accurately as possible, it is pretty common for nature to differ in plant height by up to 10 cm. Bring your plant to Life: The plant will begin to grow the moment it arrives. If the plant appears to arrive at your door shorter than expected, give it time – it will grow. If it grows taller than your expectations, you can prune it down without harming the cellular system of the plant. Thanks so much for your understanding and great appreciation of the many lives that exist in nature. Questions or assistance with your plant, feel free to ask anytime.

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