Had Sylvester’s for a few months and it’s about time I fertilize them but how much fertilizer should I use? There’s about 8-9 feet of clear trunk.
How many lbs. of fertilizer should I use for my Sylvester palms? There’s about 10 ft of clear trunk.
What fertilizer is best for Sylvester palms and how much fertilizer should I use?
Playing around with some lists. Made this one of all my pots in house. Aside from some randos I picked up in Florida and got to sprout, I have identified most all of them! Granted, I had to go back through a bunch of old message and figure out what the heck @DoomsDave and others have mailed to me over the years. But even the store-boughts are not guarantees until you see how they look when they get older. Not a long list, but pretty good for this hobbyist and his little shared ranch.
Archontophoenix tuckerii (2)
Caryota mitis (fishtail)
Chamaedorea cataractarem (big spread)
Chamaedorea costaricana (bamboo-looking thin palm)
Citrus x sinensis (blood orange, maybe meyer lemon? 5 years old, flower soon?)
Coccoloba uvifera (sea grape)
Codiaeum veriegatum (croton)
Dypsis lutescens(90% sure?)
Dypsis plumosa (3 seedlings w/buried pot)
Trithrinax brasiliensis var acanthacoma (in the tiki-sign pot)
Still waiting on positive ID for some of those Florida randos; one of which has nearly 5 foot fronds and I think is a brand of cane palm? But no trunk yet and recovering from a die-back, so I'm not ready to call it... (also I have no clue what I'm doing) There's also a lot of "stuff I was eating" like the ginger, citrus seeds, etc. that just got planted at some point.
Some of the bigger pots like the succulents, Majesty, cycad, and pygmy date go outside in the summer. But most of these are always indoors, and now that I have lots of windows I don't even need grow lights. I'm not going to say they're all super healthy and loving the dry indoor Nebraska winter, but they're all still alive (so far).
What do you have?
Arborist wood chip drop recieved yesterday afternoon