Nino Artificial Fan Palm Potted Plant 51''
A fan palm tree, aka a Chinese fan palm or livistona chinensis, is normally a slow-growing Florida favourite. Save your time, effort, and money. Take on a bold, fun artificial palm tree that stands tall. Add tropical greenery to your space paired with a planter or basket that speaks to you.
- Height – 51 inches (130cm)
- Diameter – 3 ft (90cm)
- Silk-screened leaves cut and painted by hand, with real bark at the stems
- Appropriate to both homes and offices alike
- Sturdy construction, designed by palm plant experts
- Natural shaping, with adjustable stems for re-shaping
ArtiPlanto is a top North American brand in artificial plants and palm plants. From its sturdy stem to the furthest edges of their upper leaves, make this natural-looking fan palm tree is yours. Order today.
How Big Does A Fan Palm Tree Grow?
A fan palm plant grows relatively slowly, with a sturdy upright trunk and characteristically large leaves up to 6 feet in length. On average, you may see a fan palm grow only 60-70 cm per year. For a fully-grown fan palm tree, an artificial plant is a sure bet.
How Do You Take Care of a Fan Palm Plant?
A fan palm plant requires daily misting, fertilizer in the winter, and enough humidity to prevent browning. An artificial fan palm tree doesn’t have to have any of that. Place it. Sit back. Let it reimagine your space with realism-inspired greenery you don’t have to maintain.
Why Do Fan Palm Plants Require So Much Watering?
Every plant is different. A fan palm tree is a tropical plant. It likes moist soil. This means watering several times a week and misting it regularly. If you miss even a day of watering, it can have significant consequences on a real fan palm plant. Play it safe. Use your time wisely. Invest in a faux pan palm plant from ArtiPlanto.
Compatible Planter sizes:
51 inches - Will fit in any of the planters that have an opening bigger than 6 inches (15CM)
Artiplanto aims to create the highest quality artificial botanicals in North America. Trusted by top designers around the country.