Artificial kentia palm

BAKENPALM5
Β£125.00incl VAT

Decoration from down under. 🐨

  • No hassle
  • Assembly required
  • Indoor use

Coming in two instant sizes, the largest of which is almost 7ft tall, our artificial kentia palm tree is fully grown and will certainly make an Australian-sized impression!

Big broad palm leaves arch gently out from a central stem adding an instant exotic twang to your space. Best of all, once it's in place you won't need to remember to water or mist it to keep it looking fresh. 😏

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Delivery information

  • Free delivery on orders over Β£25 during Black Friday week
  • Delivery takes 2-4 days
  • Next day delivery from Β£10

Our standard delivery service costs Β£5 (free when you spend Β£100 Β£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.

Returns

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.

Fast delivery

Order by 13:50pm, choose 'fast delivery' and we'll dispatch your order today (weekdays only). Delivery is normally on the next working day. Read more

60 days to return

Not a fan? We offer a 60-day returns window. No fuss, no quibbles. Read more

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Reviews & questions

Everything you need to know

When you first gaze upon our faux kentia palm the first thing you’ll notice is the gorgeous broad palm fronds that arch gently from the center. With deep and light green colours, the palm leaves accurate mimic old and newer growth too.

Our kentia palm is designed for indoor use and arrives fully grown. So unlike a real kentia palm, there's no waiting years for the plant to reach full size.

On their native Lord Howe Island, the kentia palm is also rather fussy. The kentia palm can’t be too wet or too dry… it needs to be juuuust right. Fortunately, our artificial kentia palm is designed for the indoors and won’t need precise precipitation to survive! 🌧️

Available in 150cm and 200cm heights, there's a kentia palm to fit every space. All measurements are take from the floor to the top of the plant one it has been fully arranged.

Due to the nature of palms, the width is an estimate and will vary based on how far fronds are cured outwards.

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!

These trees, along with most in our range, arrive in a small black starter pot. Help your new artificial tree fit into its new home by pairing it with a suitable plant pot (we’ll offer up some perfect options when you add it to your basket).

This step will also add weight and stability. Potting your tree is quick, easy, and only ever needs to be done once.

  1. Pick a suitable pot. Choose one with drainage if the plant is going outside.
  2. Prefill the pot so that the starter pot sits just inside the top of the plant pot.
  3. Pop the tree into the pot.
  4. Fill around the starter pot with earth, sand, or decorative stones.

If the kentia palm isn't what you're looking for, check out our vast range of perfect artificial palm trees here. You're bound to find the one for you!

Did you know?

Kentia palms were hugely popular in the Edwardian era and were even prominent decorations in the 1st class area of the Titanic 🚒

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