Chamadorea: a touch of exotic in a jar!
Chamadorea is a plant native to Mexico and Guatemala and commonly known also as the dwarf palm or "palm of fortune". In its natural habitat it grows as an undergrowth plant in the dense rain forests, reaching considerable size, even 10m. It has a single stem, erect, and pinnate leaves gathered in alternate groups. The touch of class of Chamadorea is provided by this elegant, deep green foliage that contributes to giving it an exotic look. In addition to the decorative purpose, like other plants of the same family, it also helps to purify the air in the interiors in which it is located. Exposed within this glass jar, this palm becomes precious as if it were a museum piece. A piece of furniture with undisputed scenic effect, able to give a touch of style to your home. The vase containing Chamadorea is hermetically sealed and inside it recreates the optimal conditions for the growth of the plant itself, continuously recycling the water and the indoor air, imitating the very humid natural biotopes. The only thing you need is a little love and a nice place to live! The ideal would be far from direct light sources and where the temperature is constant. A reliable indicator for the good position is the amount of condensation that is created on the glass. The perfect condition would be to have one side covered and the other not. In the event that the condensation was present in high quantity, just open your container and remove it with a dry cloth.