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
Apr 23, 2008 ... ... but i don't know why people here don't use it as a landscape plant. ... damage (
mainly to the tips of the leaves), but it outgrew the damage quickly. .... I call ours "
ponytail", but it does look a bit different from "bestdank"'s palm.
Often planted as a small landscape palm because of its extremely slow rate of
growth, the ponytail can eventually grow to 30 feet...but it takes a very long time.
Jul 10, 2015 ... For more information about how to grow a ponytail palm outside, this article will ...
They can grow to 30 feet tall, but rarely do as houseplants.
Although it is drought-resistant, ponytail palm should receive deep waterings
during the summer. Plant it in well-draining soil so its roots do not stand in water,
Jun 5, 2009 ... The Ponytail Palm Tree, scientific name Beaucarnea recurvata, ... It goes into the
details on how you can grow cold hardy palms in zones 7, ...
Beaucarnea Recurvata or the Ponytail Palm is an elegant, curious and beautiful
... Beaucarnea grows slowly at the best of times and although the plant will do OK
in ... depend on the parent plant and don't establish their own roots very quickly.
The pony tail palm plant does not like too frequent waterings. Never allow water
to sit in the bottom of the saucer or pot. An interesting fact is that Nolina ...
The Ponytail Palm does not need training like some Bonsai and cannot be wired.
... Too much sunlight can quickly dry out the seedling mix and kill the plants.
How to grow Ponytail palm (Beaucarnea recurvata), plant pictures and planting ...
They do well even in rainy climates like Florida as long as the soil is sandy and ...