The species is tolerant, but here are the ideal growing conditions:
Light: Ideally, lots of sunlight is best, but the Chinese fan palm can live in partial shade as well.
Water: These palms are drought tolerant and many live in dry areas like Texas and New Mexico. Though the palm does need some water, its watering can be scaled back once the growing season ends (especially if the plant is being kept indoors). Make sure not to overwater this plant, or you may risk killing it.
Temperature: The Chinese fan palm is one of the few frost resistant palm trees, and can tolerate temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
Soil: The Chinese fan palm can grow in any well-drained potting mix, and it tolerates many different growing media.
Fertilizer: This slow-growing palm can grow faster if regularly fertilized, which also will prevent it from developing a nutritional deficiency. An 8-2-12 palm fertilizer is best, and fertilization is even more important if it’s grown outside.
*Note :- Pot not included