Phoenix is a genus of 14 species of palms. Most Phoenix
species originate in barren regions but usually occur near high groundwater
levels, rivers, or springs. The palms were more numerous and widespread in the
past than they are at present. Some Phoenix palms have become naturalized in
other parts of the world.
Phoenix Palms grow best in bright, indirect sunlight, so
place within 3 to 5 feet of a window, preferably an east window. If the plant
begins to show yellow or black spot on the foliage, try moving it further away
from the window. It may be receiving too much direct sunlight and actually be
burning the plant.
Light: An indoor
phoenix palm plant requires bright but indirect light.
Soil: keep the soil
temperature is 16 to 24°C
Benefits and Uses:
The Phoenix Palm
remove benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, and especially xylene from the
Phoenix is non- Poisonous Houseplants.