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Wagner palm

Wagner palm

The Wagner palm, or as it is officially called the Trachycarpus Wagnerianus, we took it from the Pyrenees and the north of Italy. Originally the palm comes from the Himalayas. Cold or snow, the strong Wagner palm doesn't matter. The leaf of the plant is very strong and stiff, so the plant can also withstand strong winds. An easy houseplant that you can also easily put outside. Ideal!

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Wagner palm

The Wagner palm, or as it is officially called the Trachycarpus Wagnerianus, we took it from the Pyrenees and the north of Italy. Originally the palm comes from the Himalayas. Cold or snow, the strong Wagner palm doesn’t matter. The leaf of the plant is very strong and stiff, so the plant can also withstand strong winds. An easy houseplant that you can also easily put outside. Ideal!

Wagner palm

The Wagner palm, or as it is officially called the Trachycarpus Wagnerianus, we took it from the Pyrenees and the north of Italy. Originally the palm comes from the Himalayas. Cold or snow, the strong Wagner palm doesn’t matter. The leaf of the plant is very strong and stiff, so the plant can also withstand strong winds. An easy houseplant that you can also easily put outside. Ideal!

Indirect sunlight

Water every 2 weeks

No air-purifying plant

Extra nutrition every month

Not toxic

Repot once every 2 years

Indirect sunlight

Water every 2 weeks

No air-purifying plant

Extra nutrition every month

Not toxic

Repot once every 2 years

How do you take care of a Wagner palm?

The best location

Whether you put the Wagner palm in full sun or half shade. He really doesn’t care. You can use the Wagner palm both as an indoor and outdoor plant. If the weather permits, you can put the plant outside for quite a long time. As soon as it gets around -10 degrees, the Wagner palm prefers you to warm it up inside. That shouldn’t be a problem, should it?

Watering the Wagner palm

It is important to water the Wagner palm on a regular basis. Once every two weeks is sufficient for the Wagner palm. Pay particular attention to whether the soil dries up and how quickly this happens. If the soil has already dried up after about 3 days you can give it more water. As soon as the soil is still soaking wet after one week, you may give less water the next time.

Plant nutrition

For a strong Wagner palm, it is best to apply plant nutrition from spring onwards. A little extra nutrition once a month is sufficient. For the Wagner palm you can use plant food especially for palms.

Repotting

It is best to repot the Wagner palm immediately after purchase. After this, repotting is only necessary after about two to three years. After repotting the plant, the roots get so much extra space that the plant will grow faster.

Air purifying function

When we talk about air-purifying plants, we’re not talking about the Wagner palm. Of course, the plant does photosynthesis and converts CO2 into oxygen. Although the Wagner palm does this on such a small scale that you won’t notice it.

Is the Wagner palm poisonous?

The toxicity of a Wagner palm is not worth mentioning. Although it is always wise to contact a doctor as soon as your pet has eaten the plant.

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