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CATPALM

Chamaedorea cataractarum

The Cat Palm is a member of the Chamaedorea genus that grows as a dense clump of slender, green, cane-like leaf stems with pinnate, or feather-shaped, leaves that are about 1 inch wide. Each leaf has about 30 to 50 narrow leaflets that are evenly spaced along the blade of the leaf. It is native to Southern Mexico and Central America. They thrive indoors with moderate to high light and low to moderate light outside. They prefer a moist but well-drained soil as they natively grow near rivers and streams. While they can briefly tolerate temperatures as low as 40°F, temperatures of 65-85°F are ideal.

Available Sizes: 10", 12", 14"

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