Curly

Ponytail Palm

direct_sunlight Direct sunlight
window-distance 1.0ft to light
sunlight-hours 3-6 hrs light
window-orientation West
5.0" pot
pot-drainage Drainage
pot-type Plastic
soil-type Regular
outdoor-plant Indoor
🎂 Apr 25th
water@4x 4 Waters
snooze@4x 0 Snoozes
🔥 1x Streaks

Curly should be watered every 11 days and was last watered on Friday Aug 13th.

#PonytailPalm Discussion

Any suggestions on how to bring my money tree back to life?

I found this poor guy on clearance. I trimmed the brown off the leaves. Nearly every one had browning (is that a word?) I repotted it and watered it because it was completely dry. Any tips? I'm hoping he makes it!

Tips are turning brown

What do yall think this is?

I have my ponytail palm placed on my windowsill that is facing east. Why is there tan spots on the leaves? Please let me know why so I can fix it and keep my ponytail palm healthy!

Millipedes or centipedes

General Question on growth

Hi guys, I have trimmed my ponytail and am wondering if I can cut 2 sprouts from top of tree where there are 3 branches on very top would only want one. Thanks David

There was a small tragic incident here during the storms the other night and I have three questions about different plants, which I will post about separately. First, the wind knocked my #PonytailPalm off my plant table and I found it on the ground. The ceramic planter fared better and didn’t break. A stalk broke off of the palm, which was doing great before that, and still seems ok, but naturally I feel compelled to try to prop the stalk, which I let dry out inside. Pulled the extra/sad leaves off, watched a prop vid on YT that a farmer made (he gets street, I meant extra β€œgreen” cred with me, just for the twang, but he basically puts his IN dry soil for a few days at least and then checks to see if it grew any roots. I’m open to feedback, trying water only, any ideas, but the prop/stalkk does have to go back outside. 🌴 #advice #propagation #ponytailpalm #help #poorosmo #needbiggerpots #needaplantstand (open to links for a stand too but Love you space and budget are limited 😭)

Wondering what to do when the leaves get so long they lay on ground. Should you trim?