HAWAIIAN PALM - Brighamia insignis EXTREMELY RARE – Cash Your Greens
HAWAIIAN PALM - Brighamia insignis EXTREMELY RARE
HAWAIIAN PALM - Brighamia insignis EXTREMELY RARE
HAWAIIAN PALM - Brighamia insignis EXTREMELY RARE
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HAWAIIAN PALM - Brighamia insignis EXTREMELY RARE

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Bring a nice tropical and sunny feeling into your home with this Brighamia Insignis. The plant is slightly air-purifying and will turn the room into a true paradise. The plant is native to Hawaii and is a perennial plant of the bellflower family, Campanulaceae. The plant is actually a succulent and not a real palm, but is known as the Hawaiian Palm. A special plant that produces small yellow flowers in the autumn.

Pitch/room

The Brighamia Insignis is beautiful as a houseplant and thrives best in a spot with partial shade. The plant likes enough light, but direct sunlight should be avoided. The Hawaiian Palm doesn't like change either. It is therefore not advisable to move the plant again and again. If this is done anyway, leaf drop will occur.

Care

Although not a palm, the Brighamia Insignis has the same growth process as that of a palm tree. The plant makes new leaves in the head and rejects the old lower leaves. These will yellow and dry out. New leaves form on the Hawaiian Palm throughout the year, but shedding occurs in stages. Ideal temperature for the plant is between 18 °C and 25 °C.

Watering

Regular watering is required for the Brighamia Insignis. The soil must be kept well moist. It's best to get the Hawaiian Palm a little bit of water every time. After a few days it can be checked whether or not water needs to be administered.

Repotting

The Brighamia Insignis is best repotted every 2 years. After that time, the roots will have grown larger and no longer fit, requiring more space. View the collection of pots at View pots and choose a nice one for the Hawaiian Palm.

Nutrition

Feed the Brighamia Insignis once a month. Feeding should be done optimally, especially during the summer. Visit plant food and choose the right food and dosage for the Hawaiian Palm.

The Brighamia Insignis is slightly toxic to pets; so extra care must be taken. For all other maintenance and care tips, visit the Brighamia Insignis Plant Guide and enjoy the Hawaiian Palm to the fullest.