Artificial Deluxe Large Kentia Palm
Palm Tree Dimensions
Height - 6ft / 180cm (from base to travel planter to leaf tip)
Width – at least 90cm but can be planted to make it narrower or wider
Starter pot dimensions - 15cm (W) x 12cm (H)
This artificial Kentia Palm is one of our most popular palm trees it has long elegant palm fronds and when the light shines through the foliage it creates beautiful botanical patterns on your wall. This elegant fake Kentia Palm is a very accurate replica, featuring carefully crafted fronds and detailed leaf structure. The palm is 100% botanically accurate with rich dark green leaves nearing them stem with a few lighter shades on the tips mimicking the new growth. Please note, this palm tree is not UV stable, therefore is not suitable for outdoor use.
This range of fake Kentia Palm trees are of premium quality made using top quality fine plastic and silk mix, this ensures they look lush and healthy for many years. The foliage used is real touch foliage to ensure it not only looks realistic but feels it too– you will fool all your friends! No watering required - it won´t die, get scorched leaves or look withered like real palms do.
Where can I use this palm tree?
This artificial Kentia Palm tree is a very flexible product that compliments many environments, and designs. Whether you are going for a contemporary or traditional look, this tree can complement both styles with equal measure! Ideal for office environments, conference rooms, swimming pool areas, conservatories....and many more!
Our fake Kentia Palm comes fitted to a small starter planter. If you would like us to pot your tree to a more stylish planter, please select from the drop down list. We will send you some pre-glued stones if you choose this option. Simply place on top of the planter and they will set to a hard stone crust giving you a lovely finish. The height of the Palm will increase slightly if you have your tree fully potted.
Interesting fact about Kentia Palm
The Kentia palm is native to Lord Howe Island which was discovered in the late 1700's.