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The Ponytail Palm prefers bright light, but is a forgiving plant and can tolerate indirect to moderate light part of the time. Too low light for a long period will lead to slow, irregular growth.
Ponytail Palms are drought tolerant, and can go a few weeks in between waterings. They should be watered even more sparingly in the winter months. This plant is prone to root rot if overwatered, so be sure to allow the soil to dry out in between waterings.
As a succulent plant, the Ponytail Palm prefers low humidity levels and warm temperatures. It is generally an easy care plant with few pest or disease issues. The Ponytail Palm should be fertilized only during the spring and summer, with a diluted general houseplant fertilizer.
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