Rhapis Palm in a Norah Pot
The Rhapis Palm is such an easy plant to take care of. Loved as it copes with low light indoors, but can also cope in a bright position out of direct sunlight. Water when the soil is dry down to an inch in depth from its surface, and fertilize in the summer months to maintain good growth.
The Rhapis Palm is a slow grower so will not need regular repotting. It will become more dense over time.
The Rhapis will clean toxins from the air such as carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia.
I love this pot. I think the finish looks like the surface of the water on a white sand beach. It is 16 x 18 cm so on the larger size.