How Do You Plant Ponytail Palm Seeds?
The ponytail palm is a type of palm tree often used as a houseplant or as a small landscaping tree. It’s bulbous trunk and long, straight leaves make a stark, architectural silhouette that many gardeners and plant enthusiasts find appealing. Ponytail palms are widely available at many nurseries. However, mature ponytail palms can be expensive. Lay two layers of paper towels onto a flat surface, such as the inside of a baking pan or on top of a large dinner plate. Sprinkle the ponytail palm seeds onto the paper towels. Spritz with water so that the paper towels are damp but not so wet as to form puddles of water. Layer a single sheet of paper towels on top of the seeds and spritz with water again. Place in a cool, dry place shielded from wind, heat and sunlight. Example locations could include a bedroom closet or inside a closed cardboard box. Keep the paper towels moist, checking thrice daily to ensure the towels are not drying out. Wait for the seeds to sprout. This may take approxima