We love this statuesque palm, it’s a great focal point in a room and a really stunning houseplant!
Madagascar Palm is a fascinating houseplant, its trunk expands with water which helps it survive in really hot, dry climates. The name ‘Pachypodium’ means ‘thick foot’ because of its water-storing capabilities.
The leaves of this style plant burst from the crown and drop down as they grow, giving Pachypodium Lamerei its characteristic looks and charm. They are variegated - dark green and cream stripe - giving it a striking look.
Madagascar Palms look wonderful in a room as an eye-catching centrepiece or with a group of houseplants. The palm shape of this large houseplant hints at the tropical and makes you think of hot summer holidays and blue skies!
It would make an amazing gift for someone really special - we’ll include a free, handwritten card - you just need to leave your message at checkout. Don’t worry we won’t leave any paperwork to spoil your surprise!
Happy Houseplants is the best place to come for online plant delivery - we bring you beautiful and unusual houseplants to give you a true rainforest experience in your own home - try forest bathing - meditation or relaxation surrounded by your houseplants! It may be hard to go to a real forest but you can enjoy the experience in your own home with some of our plants, and revel in the stress relief. It really works!
Pachypodium care level
This succulent is easy care, suitable for beginners.
Where should I put it?
This succulent can take high or direct light.
How should I water it?
You should water only when the top layers of soil is dry to the touch, don’t overwater.
Should I feed it?
Yes, you can feed it once or twice during spring and summer - try our vegan, organic plant food!
Is it suitable if I have pets?
No, unfortunately it can be toxic to cats and dogs.
What size is it?
W25cm x H100cm - Why not look at our great seagrass planters? They add a touch of additional style to your houseplants.
For more tips on general houseplant care, please take a look at our video!
We’d also like to recommend another plant you might like - try Polaskia Chichipe.