Beaucarnea recurvata (elephant's foot, ponytail palm) is a species of plant in the
family Asparagaceae, native to the states of Tamaulipas, Veracruz and San Luis
How to grow ponytail palms (Beaucarnea recurvata), including tips on watering,
light and feeding. ... Soil: Rich, organic, fast-draining potting soil. Fertilizer: Feed ...
Dec 9, 2010 ... Because the foliage does reach fairly long lengths, it does require a ... As a
young plant, the Ponytail Palm barely has a noticeable trunk at all.
Apr 23, 2008 ... I've read they're really fast growers here in our dry heat because it's similar ... As
you can see this plant dominates the room and it only has about a ... I call ours "
ponytail", but it does look a bit different from "bestdank"'s palm.
Mar 4, 2012 ... The plant as you can see from the picture looks to almost overwhelm the ... Does
it need to be re-potted and if so how big of pot should be used? .... growth can be
had by growing in very large containers and in very fast soils ...
Ponytail Plant - The decorative ponytail plant is native to dry, desert regions of
Mexico and the southern United States...
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growing. ... However, the ponytail plant does not like too frequent waterings.
Simply providing light and a little water will ensure that this plant will flourish ...
The Ponytail Palm does not need training like some Bonsai and cannot be wired.
... is a succulent native to Mexico. Its easy-care nature makes it a popular house
plant. Find Ponytail Palm care tips, plus a picture and profile here. ... Soil: A fast-
draining medium such as cactus potting mix . Fertilizer: Feed monthly in spring ...
The Ponytail Palm is a distinctive looking plant with a swollen thick brown stem ...
it does best if watered frequently and as the plant is very slow growing anyway ...