- In stock
Room temperatures of around 16°C -24°C are ideal. The temperature should not become lower than 12.7°C
Indirect sun light for many of the popular indoor palms is advisable and the Kentia particularly grows well and maintains it's health in low light conditions.
Having good drainage from the pot is important to prevent root rot. Checking the top soil for moisture (by touch) is the best way to see if they need water. If the top soil is dry in the summer, give it a drink. In winter it’s better to water it less, and allow some dryness.
A fast draining soil mix is best to use which is likely to be part sand for easier drainage.
Palms generally dislike being removed from a pot. The best practice is to re-pot only, when it has become pot bound and take good care of the roots whilst doing so.
They do survive well in quite humid conditions naturally, so please them with water misting from time to time
The Golden Sun is a very pretty determinate micro-dwarf tomato that grows to around 40cm tall, and produces fat yellow cherries with a little dusting of purple on the shoulders when fruiting in cold weather. The bit of purple does not express itself in warm weather fruiting. The taste is pleasant and sweet. Unlike other micro-dwarf varieties, Golden Sun does not have a thick central stem or rugose leaves but rather, leaves on the plant are cupped and rounded almost like little spoons.
It’s perfect for patios, balconies, rooftops and even indoors. Sooner or later, you just have to try this one.