Yeah, with the good hair. These locks can grow up to three feet indoors, and more than ten feet outdoors. Don't let her common name fool you—she's not a palm at all. She's actually a succulent within the agave and thrives in similar high light, infrequent watering conditions.
Direct sun or bright, filtered light.
Once every two weeks; it likes to dry out completely.
Safe for pets if consumed.
Small: about 12" tall and a pot size of 4". Medium: about 18" tall and a pot size of 6".
Lower maintenance than your HBO subscription.
Pro-tip: They are susceptible to root rot, so don't overwater them. 12 oz of water every two weeks is good.