Artificial Kenya Palm Artificial Kenya Palm
Artificial Kenya PalmArtificial Kenya Palm

Artificial Kenya Palm

Our artificial Kenya palm has realistic, soft to touch fronds that arch in different directions to ensure this tree catches the eye of passers-by. The artificial Kenya palm comes with three natural wooden stems to add an exotic look to your home or office.
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  • £85.49 inc VAT

Size - Height in cm



Categories: Office Plants, Large Plants, Trees, Palm & Exotic Trees

Designed for Indoor Use

This product is designed for indoor use because it isn't UV stable.

This doesn't necessarily mean that you can't use them outside.... we just don't recommend it.

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True Measurements

Artificial plants are measured in a range of different ways.

The measurements shown on this page are accurate once the plant has been fully dressed out.

Available for immediate dispatch

This product is available for immediate dispatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £3.99 inc VAT.

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Your artificial Kenya palm will arrive in a plain black pot measuring 17cm (h) x 15cm (w). Your tree can stand straight out from the box however we do suggest replanting your artificial tree into a more decorative planter. Check out our range of premium plastic pots available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours to compliment your tree well. For advice on replanting your artificial tree, head over to The Potting Shed for all tips and tricks!


  • Height: 150cm (5ft)
  • Natural wood stem
  • Width: 65cm - 70cm
  • Pot measurements: 15cm (d) x 17cm (h)
  • Handmade - please allow for small variations

Botanically called howea forsteriana and commonly known as kentia palm and thatch palm the Kenya palm is a species of flowering plant in the palm tree family arecaeca. Native to Lord Howe Island in Australia the Kenya palm is widely grown on Norfolk Island. The natural Kenya palm is a slow growing plant that will eventually grow to around 10 metres tall. The species is considered vulnerable by the World Conservation Union.

Although a very popular indoor plant that doesn’t need much light, the natural Kenya palm if grown outside prefers a more tropical region (which is not the United Kingdom!). Although it will grow in cooler temperatures (minimum of around -5 degrees Celcius and preferably not under 10 degrees Celcius) it shouldn't be subject to this temperature for more than a few hours - maybe why artificial Kenya palms are becoming a very popular alternative!

Looking for a different style? View our full range of artificial palm trees here.

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