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Hey. I received this alexandra palm about 1.5 month ago, since then it has dried older leaves and grown perhaps 5 cm only. I checked the roots- the pot has not filled with rootball yet just some were visible.

The new emerging frond looks also a bit dry and curly. Is that normal?

I dragged it in just for

the picture-usually it is outside on or sunny terrace.

Thanks.

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If you keep it in the sun do you make sure it has plenty of water? This palm loves water more than most palms and cannot stand drying out.

Meg

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It is slightly damp but not wet. Since I lost last year in winter 2 archies to pink rot I have been careful with excess watering. 

I have also a bottle palm and coconut for years but alexandra palm has been really difficult to keep alive. Maybe I will water deeply with palm fertiliser.

I took another photo from the newest leaf-the leaflets seem to be rolled.

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