A close look at its leaves will tell you exactly how the fishtail palm got its common name. Its bright green leaves have a gently ragged edge and a softly pointed shape, making them look like a fishtail or fin. It grows tall and compact, so it’s a perfect choice if you want a large indoor plant but don’t have lots of room for it to spread out. In the wild, you’d mostly find the fishtail palm across Asia, though it’s also become very common in Florida, USA. It likes anywhere warm and humid. A wild fishtail palm could grow as tall as 10 metres in the wild, with leaves as long as 3 metres, but as an indoor plant, it probably won’t grow to even a quarter of that height. It’s a big plant, but it’s not going to burst through your living room ceiling. While constantly growing, we currently hold these in 150cm - 190cm plants. Will thrive in most environments. High quality, beautiful plants. *Ceramic pot not included.