Plant Care – Dypsis Lutescens in Cascading Black
Light: Place your Dypsis Lutescens in Cascading Black under bright and filtered sunlight, and do avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch its leaves and dry up. Place your plant near a window and make sure it receives filtered sunlight. The plant can also do well in lower light conditions.
Water: Our plants are set up with a self-monitoring system with a water indicator displaying the water level and only needs to be watered once every 15 – 60 days.
Fertiliser: Fertilise your plant with a water-soluble fertiliser once a month.
The Alta Series by The Green Corner was conscientiously curated with indoor environments in mind. Our plants are equipped and set up with a self-monitoring system with a water indicator displaying the water level and only need to be watered once every 15 – 60 days.
Fun Facts about the Dypsis genus: Did you know? Dypsis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Arecaceae! Many Dypsis species have aerial branching, a rare growth habit among palms.
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