There are about 2,600 species of palm trees spread over 181 genera within the Arecaceae family of plants. Palms are a group of plants that includes thousands of species from various biomes all over the world, and each has its own diverse needs. There are tropical, subtropical, and desert species, as well as palms that grow in cold-weather climates like Alaska.
Chinese Fan Palm Livistona chinensis : Areca Palm Dypsis lutescens or bamboo palm: Parlor Palm Chamaedorea elegans (easiest to care for).
Most palms are non toxic but Sago palm (Cycas revoluta) is a popular houseplant that is highly toxic to cats, dogs, and humans alike when ingested, with its seeds (nuts) being the most dangerous part.
Most are tropical or subtropical in origin, native to spots like South America, Asia, and the Caribbean.
Browning fronds could be a result of potassium deficiency; needs well draining soil can use cactus soil. Depending on the species, some palms can live for more than a century. That means the palm you plant might outlive you. There is also recent evidence that, at the cellular level, palms may indeed be the oldest living trees because their cells are not replaced with new cells, as is the case with other trees.