Tall, bold and beautiful. 🏝️
- Low effort
- No hassle
Three lifelike golden canes supporting unique areca-style fronds… meet our artificial golden cane palm. Brilliantly lifelike and totally maintenance free, this tall artificial palm tree will give any corner a touch of natural and tropical detailing.
Our standard delivery service costs £5 (free when you spend
£100 £25 in November) and takes between 2-4 working days. Upgraded delivery services may be available based on your location.
Some locations may cost extra and take a little longer. For more information visit our delivery page here.
If the product isn’t suitable or you simply don’t like it, you can return it to us for a full refund.
- 60 days to return the item to us
- You will need to cover the cost of returning the item
- Use a courier comparison website to get the best price
For further information or to submit a return request, visit our returns page here.
In the unlikely event that the item arrives damaged, please get in touch with our customer service team.
Reviews & questions
Everything you need to know
Standing at about 200cm (just under 7ft), the striking artificial golden cane palm will provide your home with an incredible sense of homeliness.
With its huge arching green fronds supported by slender tubular stems, this artificial palm will lift any living space in no time. Just find the right place, unfurl and enjoy a lifetime palm.
Worry not about feeding or watering, this wonderful faux asks for nothing. Just sit back and enjoy the exotic-vibes. ✨
Our faux palms are packaged in a very upright manner. It keeps the palm fronds safe during delivery from our place to yours.
To bring your palm to life, you’ll need to arrange these fronds. Sounds complex? Don’t worry… it isn’t.
Starting at the bottom of the foliage, simply bend each frond out. Aim for a gentle curve rather than a harsh angle for the most realistic final appearance. The fronds are wired so may appear a bit stiff. You can be pretty firm to get the desired bend!
Did you know?
The golden cane palm takes its name from its gold-colored leathery and fibrous stone fruit.