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Is my kentia stunted?


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It’s been a month since the new frong only my kentia has expanded. My concern is that the front doesn’t appear to be growing its stem :( anything I’m doing wrong? 

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Looks fine to me. The rachis of the new leaf will emerge with time. Lots of palm seedlings do this when they step up their leaf size.

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Panic not. It is just a typical lazy Kentia, being a Kentia.

Peachy

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I came. I saw. I purchased

 

 

27.35 south.

Warm subtropical, with occasional frosts.

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Would agree with others. I have one that i found by the street bins earlier in the summer that was in far worse condition, and is now thriving

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On 11/13/2023 at 12:50 AM, peachy said:

Panic not. It is just a typical lazy Kentia, being a Kentia.

Peachy

Really? I find them to be medium growers. Faster than my Majestys. 

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