If you stop watering it, it will stop growing altogether....wither and die.
The wisest choice it to buy the proper plant for the intended location
rather than trying to force the plant to fit the location you place it in.
There are dwarf palms that are sold as houseplants. But then again you
didn't specify if you are growing it indoors or outdoors or where you live.
For outdoors, there are many different palms you could try.
joffa <murph at netspace.net.au> wrote in article
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> Hi Katie
> You can't realistically stop a palm from growing taller. That's just the
> nature of the plant.
> If the height of the palm is going to cause problems for you then you may
> consider going to your favourite garden centre and purchase a low growing
> variety for that position.
> I'm sure they will appreciate your trade.
> mg 2fast4u wrote in message <7rbsuf$1qq$1 at nslave1.tin.it>...
> >Please , It's possible to stop a palm to growing up ?
> >Thanks a lot Katia.