Care of triangle palm, indoors
A friend gave me a triangle palm that had been standing outside his restaurant (this was in November before the first frosts). The palm is about 9 ft tall and is now in a large pot in the corner of my living room (15 ft ceiling). I am pretty much a beginner in caring for plants and am hoping that more knowledgeable readers of the forum can offer me advice.
Should I consider some sort of lamp to give the palm extra heat or light? The room does not get direct sunlight but is fairly bright. It is usually around 60-65f in their through the winter.
Should I consider some specific soil or peat mix in the pot? Fertilizer?
I have read that these are not easy to transplant - is there anything I can do to give this plant the best chance of surviving?
With thanks in advance for your time and advice.