The Q&A Archives: parlor plam

Question: Can I cut a stem of the plam and plant it into soil and let it grow?

Answer: I'm afraid that won't work with a parlor palm. Parlor palms are propagated by division. Unpot the plant and divide the rootmass by slicing through it with a sharp knife, making sure each division has at least one stem attached. Repot and you'll have new plants.

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