The Arikury Palm is a small feather palm with a straight trunk and arching leaves. It is native to Brazil. It grows in sandy coastal areas. It likes full sun and part shade. It is related to the queen palm. Hardy in zones 9-12.
Growing Instructions for the Arikury Palm
- Soak the seeds in water for one day. 2. Put a mix of half potting soil or peat moss and half sand or perlite in pots that have drainage holes in the base. 3. Water the pots so that they are saturated and then let the water drain out of the pots. 4. Sow the seeds on the growing medium and cover them with 5-10 mm of the medium. 5. Water the seeds regularly so that the soil is not dry but do not overwater them. 6. Put the pots in an area in full sun or partial shade. The seeds usually take 2-41 months to germinate. 7. When the seedlings have a few leaves, they can be planted in an area in full sun and sandy soil.