Your Kentia Palm enjoys weekly waterings. Allow her soil to dry out between waterings, especially during the winter - when you might only need to water your plant fortnightly.
Once Kentia palm plants have established, they require very little care. Feed your container grown plants with a controlled release fertilizer with an NPK ratio of about 3-1-2. Excessive fertilization may cause the tips of lower leaves to turn brown and die.
Kentia Palms thrive in bright, indirect light to dappled sun. Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch their leaves.
Kentia palms can tolerate temperatures up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit and down to about 25 degrees Fahrenheit for brief spells. But they prefer the temperature to be above roughly 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
Avoid repotting the Kentia Palm unless absolutely necessary (risk of root rot, for example). Kentia Palms have delicate roots and do not like to be repotted. Pot sizing - if you want your plant to grow wider, find a nursery pot that's 2” in diameter larger than the current pot.