Palm Ponytail – 4″ Pot

$9.60

44 in stock

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If youve ever had to deal with a pesky fly thats just not going to leave you alone, you know how frustrating it can be. Well, now theres a new type of fly thats making life miserable for people across the globe – the ponytail palm fly!These flies are so named because of their habit of landing on peoples hair and then zipping around, trying to escape. Unfortunately, theyre also quite pesky, and their presence can really ruin an outdoor lunch or trip.So what do you do if you come across one of these pests? Well, for starters, be sure to swat it away! If that doesnt work, try using a bug spray or getting some sand in your hand and throwing it at the fly. And finally, if all else fails, try wrapping your hair up in a scarf or towel and holding onto it while you walk away from the area.

PONYTAIL PALM Features
  • * 8 flies with crinkle paper and LED lights
  • * Learning mode: Practice swatting real flies and other infographics
  • **Mighty Mengus Catches His Own Lunch
  • Features All the Fun of a Fly Swat Match!
  • * The Mighty Mungus Catches His Own Lunch - a cat swats his own balloon out of the sky!
  • * Each fly zooms around in 3D, makes noise and has glowing eyes
  • Repels flies because of the wet, wiggly character of the flys movement
  • Will not disrupt your hairstyle in any way or leave residue on your hair
  • Contains more than 10,000 wriggling fly larvae!
  • 8 high, 81 long.
  • Ponytail, palm flies are large and fairly irritating insects.
  • Unlike most other flies, they tend to hang around near the ground.
  • At night, try wrapping your hair up in a towel and holding it loosely while you sleep to keep them at bay.

Ponytail palms are popular for a few reasons. They’re easy to grow, they look great in any garden, and they provide a relatively fastgrowing source of shade.

The ponytail palm Caryota urens is a species of palm tree endemic to Borneo. It is the only member of its genus. The ponytail palm is a mediumsized palm, growing to a height of 30–40 feet with a spread of 10–15 feet. The leaves are arranged in pairs at the top of the stem, and are long and thin, measuring 2.5–3.5 feet in length and 0.8–1 foot in width. The flowers are small, white, and borne in clusters on short stalks near the tips of the leaves. The fruit is a round pod about 3 inches long, containing two or three seeds.
Pets and ponytail palm plants are a great combination, because ponytail palm is a great plant for pets. Ponytail palm plants are easy to care for, and they look beautiful in any room.
The ponytail palm is a type of palm tree found in the Caribbean. The ponytail palm is the only palm tree found in the Caribbean that has spirally arranged leaves. The ponytail palm is also known as the Brazilian palma and the Cuban palma. The ponytail palm is native to Cuba, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico.
Ponytail palm is a term used to describe a pose where the palm of ones hand is placed against the back of the head, with the fingers pointing up. The pose is often used as an expression of concentration or frustration.
One of the benefits of a ponytail palm as a houseplant is that it grows rapidly and can reach up to 10 feet in height. This makes it a great choice for smaller spaces or if you want to fill in an area quickly. The leaves are also very flexible, so they can be bent or curved to fit any shape or size.