The Trachycarpus Fortuneii is also known as Eagle Palm. The leaf of the plant stands in the shape of a fan, but can also be seen as the wings of Eagles. The leaf of the plant is very full, and can take a beating.
Like the leaf, the root system of Trachycarpus Fortuneii is very strong. This makes the palm an excellent plant for both outdoors and indoors. Although the Trachycarpus Fortuneii will stand out better if you place the plant outside.
Up to -17 Trachycarpus Fortuneii can easily survive outdoors. You can place the plant both as a tub plant and directly in the ground. Keep the weather in mind. Should it get colder, it is best to lay root cover over the bottom of the plant to protect the roots.
A Trachycarpus Fortuneii needs a lot of water. Especially if you have repotted the plant to the ground. In that case, you can give it a lot of water every two days, so that the roots can recover well.
As with other plants, Trachycarpus Fortuneii likes extra fertilisation. Trachycarpus Fortuneii can be given some extra plant nutrition every month, especially from spring to August. The plant does that very well.
In summer: once a week
In winter: every 10 days
Toxic for pets?
No, unfortunately not
Once every 3 years