Shade grow vs. Sun Grow Areca Palms

Hello,
I just bought some Areca Palms and they asked if I wanted shade grow or sun Grown.. The area I'm putting them in is more indirect sun...
I probably should have gotten sun grown but I got the shade grown.. Now after a week in the yard most of the leaves tips are turning brown and many of the leaves totally brown and fell off.
I water the plants well and am located in Miami Florida..
I assume this is because of the sun.. Will they adapt? or should I plant them only in a Real Shady area?
Thanks
J
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Hi, Yes the sun grown would have done better. If you bought three/five gallon pots of Dypsis lutescens then there are probably many plants in each pot which means overcrowded so there will be deaths. I think the plants will recover but months will go by. Are they in the ground yet? They will be tougher to maintain in pots.
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Thanks for your reply.. They are not in the ground yet and I bough some in 15 gallon pots which are doing ok.. and also 2 of them in 25 gallon pots.. Those are they ones that are dying.. Maybe because they are so tall (about 9-10 feet) and get more sun.

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